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  • 27 August 2020
Mexico: Displaced Families Share the Gospel

More than a year after being expelled from their village because of their faith, a group of Christians are now sharing the Gospel with their new neighbours. While a few families in the original group abandoned their faith for the promise of getting all their possessions back from the villagers, the other families remained strong […]

  • 27 August 2020
Cuba: Christians Face New Difficulties

Though many churches around the world moved their services online because of the coronavirus pandemic, Christians in Cuba have not had that option. Since very few people have access to the Internet, Christians have been completely without worship and fellowship. “People are in fear of being visited by others,” a VOM worker said. “Many also […]

  • 27 August 2020
Taking Jesus into the Jungle

Surrendering all to God, a Colombian family boldly shares the Gospel in a guerrilla-controlled red zone known for drug trafficking and violence. David and Gloria Martinez moved deep into Colombia’s Chocó Department in 2005 to share the Gospel, distribute Bibles and plant churches. The couple studied the local language and learned to live off the […]

  • 27 August 2020
From our CEO: September 2020

Dear Friends, The reality for those professing the Gospel in the countries featured in this newsletter is extremely dangerous. Families of pastors and frontline workers share the burden of the calling as each member is affected by the evil emanating from drug traffickers, guerrillas, communists and atheists. The Gospel is a message few in this […]

  • 27 July 2020
Emergency Relief for Displaced Christians in Burkina Faso

Christians in the north of this small African nation are suffering because of their faith. Many have been forced to flee their homes, leaving everything behind. Armed groups, including some aligned with al-Qaida and Islamic State, are waging a campaign of indiscriminate killing, beginning with occasional attacks that have intensified over time. Some of the […]

  • 27 July 2020
Pakistan: Christian Families Receive Emergency Aid

On 21 March, in a desperate move to curb surging COVID-19 cases, Pakistan imposed a nationwide lockdown. The enforced restrictions significantly affected the country’s poor and vulnerable communities, including the Christian minority. Pakistani Christians, most often day labourers in the lowest paying jobs, were struggling financially before the pandemic. Then, because the restrictions meant they […]