Helen speaks about her experience of imprisonment inside a shipping container in Eritrea and how she remained faithful to her God.
Villagers in remote parts of Laos are paying a heavy price for following Christ. Some are just teenagers. Philip walked two hours to another village to hear the Gospel. Just three weeks after he returned home, as a new believer, the police paid him a
Villagers in remote parts of Laos are paying a heavy price for following Christ. Some are just teenagers. Miriam was taken before the police after her conversion.
Villagers in remote parts of Laos are paying a heavy price for following Christ. Some are just teenagers. Wahn’s parents reacted violently when their young daughter accepted Christ.
Mindanao is a scary place to be a Christian. But for Joshua, Elijah and Esther, students at the Philippines’ Anchor Bay Bible College, having the confidence of God’s presence means they don’t need to fear persecution.
This is one of the first public appearances of Richard Wurmbrand when he arrived in the West. View the excerpt. CLICK HERE for more information and to order the complete video.
“You will keep him in perfect peace, Whose mind is stayed on You, Because he trusts in You”. Isaiah 26:3
Remember the prisoners as if chained with them—those who are mistreated—since you yourselves are in the body also. Hebrews 13:3
Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. 1 john 4:11
Happy is he who has the God of Jacob for his help, Whose hope is in the Lord his God, Psalm 146:5.
VOM Australia helped fund a project to launch 36,000 North Korean dialect Bibles which included direct text and study notes from 50 different Bible stories. These high altitude balloons are sent from South Korea into North Korea. In North Korea, if you are caught with
In a dry riverbed about 600-700 people walked for more than 6 hours to receive a Bible. Nothing else was promised them – just a Bible. On receiving their Bible some cried, some kissed the pages – everyone prayed, giving thanks for God’s gift to
February 2017 at a leaders conference, children’s Bibles were distributed out to pastors and leaders for the children of their church.
Students celebrating the goodness of God, giving thanks for the financial support received from Australian Christians to support the students and upgrade the Bible School.
Weng Tshua was three weeks old when Fulani Muslims attacked his village in 2010. All nine members of his family including his parents, were killed. He was rescued from his burning house, but not before the fire had consumed his feet. The VOM prosthetics team
‘Elijah’ (not his real name), a graduate student from a Bible college in the Philippines, recounts a recent time when, as a student pastor, he helped his village escape from Islamic extremists. Elijah is about twenty years old and his work is vital for
For a number of years Voice of the Martrys and the Youth division 13:3 have been supporting a Bible College in Myanmar. Students have been sponsored by VOM Australia for the 3 year Bachelor of Theology degree and many have opted to continue to stay
Meet Betty. Betty is 24 and studies at our Bible college in Indonesia. Betty is passionate about kids’ ministry and wants to do further study in child psychology. “I hope after I graduate from college I can dedicate my life to Christ, and become His servant, who’s
Maxensius is 24 and studies at our Bible college in Indonesia. He loves playing soccer and his favourite team is Barcelona. In the video above, Max speaks about the troubles he faces as he witnesses to street kids, but how he has been able to overcome
Anti is 20 years old. When Anti was 7 years old, her village was attacked by Muslim extremists and she had to hide with her family in the jungle. Now she is passionate about Jesus and studying at Bible college. She said, “When I first arrived,