Mustafa is a former imam who devoutly followed Islam until he grew unsettled with its teachings and became a deist (someone who believes in the existence of a creator that does not interfere with the universe).
Christian brothers Qaiser and Amoon, who were charged under the blasphemy law and were already on death row in Pakistan, have had their conviction upheld by the Pakistani High Court.
Sister Hermida and her husband have four children. Her husband came to faith in Christ through listening to Christian music, and eventually his whole family trusted Christ.
Padamkala Kami lives in the Mugu village of north-western Nepal with her three daughters and two sons.
On 5 June, hundreds of Christians were gathered to celebrate Pentecost Sunday at the St Francis Catholic Church in Owo, Nigeria, when the service was disrupted by gunshots and explosions.
After her husband died, BounMee felt cursed. Although she was an animist who believed in ancestral spirits, BounMee turned to Christians she knew to break the curse.
Karnataka became the latest Indian state to officially pass anti-conversion legislation after the state’s governor signed the law into effect on 17 May.
Saba Masih is a teenage girl from Faisalabad, Pakistan. The young Christian was walking with her older sister Muqadas on the morning of 20 May when the sisters were approached by four men, including their neighbour, Muhammad Yasir.
Allah Ditta, 45, was visiting his cousin Yousaf Masih’s home in Okara district, Punjab, on 19 May when a group of men forced their way in and started attacking those present.
Voice of the Martyrs proudly funds the expenses for Bible students in persecuted nations.
“Would you consider printing Bibles in Iran?” Ahmed considered the question carefully.
The Bible is restricted in over 52 countries and territories. Below is a snapshot of how God’s Word is received in these nations.