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  • 30 November 2020
NIGERIA: In the Morning

An update from VOM partners in Nigeria Today, with a group of students in a Bible school class in a conflict zone – a frequent target for terrorists – we were caught up in beautiful hope. These students are from Nigeria’s north, a region overwhelmed with terrorism, banditry, kidnapping, religious persecution, and abject poverty. Our […]

  • 23 November 2020
Malaysia: Working with Muslim Background Believers

Recently, one of our workers in Malaysia sent us an update on his work with Muslim background believers, highlighting the story of a woman named Aeni. Aeni is a Muslim background believer who had a supernatural encounter with the Lord whilst she was sick in Hospital. She saw Jesus in her dream. She is a […]

  • 19 November 2020
Children: The Most Vulnerable Victims of Persecution

On World Children’s Day, we remember Christian children in restricted nations who inevitably become victims of persecution, as they are the most vulnerable members of society. In a few nations, this vulnerability leaves them susceptible to severe persecution such as forced labour, abduction, forced marriage, extreme abuse, terrorist attacks and the loss of their parents. […]

  • 04 November 2020
Underground Bible School in China

There are thirteen official (state-run) theological seminaries and Bible schools in China, that are recognised by the Chinese Communist Party. Communism theory and Patriotism Education are compulsory courses in these seminaries. However, in the underground church, thousands of Bible schools and training groups have been teaching sound doctrine and biblical truth. It is estimated that […]

  • 28 October 2020
Jordan: The Faithfulness of God

Your support this quarter has helped us provide many needy families in Jordan with basic necessities. Our distribution partner in Jordan reports: We have delivered food coupons to refugee families and talk about an on-time God! To protect Jordan’s fragile economy, refugees (Iraqi) are forbidden to work, leaving heads of households without the means to […]

  • 27 October 2020
A Young Believer Counts the Cost

In Malaysia, both proselytising and apostasy are punishable by law. Yet, despite the risks, evangelists preach the Gospel and Malay Muslims accept Christ. Proselytising to Muslims, while not illegal under federal law, is outlawed in 10 of the 13 states (excepting Penang, Sabah, Sarawak and the Federal Territories). Punishments for those caught trying to convert […]