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Testimonies

  • 28 April 2019
Finding Christ in Malaysia

For Nisa, a mother of seven, life after becoming a Christian meant persecution for her faith and extreme poverty. Nisa, a tenacious woman, didn’t want anything to do with Christianity until someone prayed for her and she was completely transformed. Born into a Muslim family, Nisa moved from the Philippines to Malaysia to live and […]

  • 26 April 2019
Converted through the Koran

Amira, from Malaysia, was a devout Muslim praying and reciting verses from the Koran daily until she began searching for truth and had a radical conversion to Christ. Amira studied at a Catholic school as a child but refused to take part in any of the traditions. She told her Catholic friends that she would […]

  • 24 January 2019
Mahrous’s story

Turks are expected to be Muslim – a conviction that’s fostered by the government in a ploy to consolidate power. Most are proudly Muslim and hold the faith as a core part of their nationalist identity, even if they aren’t devout. There are approximately 7,000 Turkish national evangelical Christians, most of whom are converts from […]

  • 26 November 2018
Sarah of China

Xianzhi ”Sarah” Liu was beaten and imprisoned for six years in China. Sarah’s Trail of Blood is a powerful dramatization of what happened to this courageous woman of God because of her faith in Jesus Christ. You’ll be inspired by her story. If you would like to financially support the work of Voice of the […]

  • 04 October 2018
3ABN Australia Radio Interviews

Interview with Omar Suwandi, a Muslim converted to Christianity in Malaysia. Currently he is living in Indonesia and sharing the gospel under challenging circumstances.  Interview with Gopal Singh giving an update on the escalating persecution in India. He tells some of the stories of faithful Christians sharing their faith in the most trying circumstances. […]

  • 07 May 2018
Abraham Ben Moses

Update 5 May 2019 Abraham Ben Moses has been released from prison. Thank God for Abraham’s release and pray for his family.   On 7 May, the Tangerang District Court in Indonesia sentenced Reverend Abraham Ben Moses to four years in prison and issued him a 50 million Rupiah fine (4,750 AUD) for religious defamation. […]