LAOS: Rejected for Christ Part 1 – WAHN
  • 02 January 2018

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.

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BELARUS: Detained for Distributing Christian Literature
  • 21 December 2017

Police have detained and questioned members of an evangelical church in northern Belarus three times in the last two months for distributing Christian literature. As recent as 14 October, police arrested Andrei Fokin as he and other believers were distributing Christian books and magazines in the Lepel town market. He was released after a warning, […]

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Making the Difference in 2018
  • 19 December 2017

As we reflect on the past year, let us remember God’s hand in the work we do in supporting the persecuted church with your unfailing support. While it is easy to just dismiss last year, we need to remember the victories we have had by His grace, some of which are reflected in our stories […]

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ERITREA: Pray for Arrested Christian Students
  • 30 November 2017

Sixteen Christian students were arrested earlier this month, the latest in a series of arrests since May 2017. The students, who were arrested after being discovered praying together, were held for more than two weeks before being released. Nearly 200 Christians have reportedly been arrested since May 2017. “What makes this persecution different is that […]

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Faith – Unable to Stop Believing
  • 24 November 2017

Abd Elmalak and Om Wael lost their 19-year-old son Bishoy on Palm Sunday while he attended the church service at Alexandria. Bishoy worked as a plumber to help support his parents. His father Abd Elmalak who is 55 years of age, had fallen from a three-story building injuring both of his legs. As a consequence, […]

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PAKISTAN: Death Threats Against Teenager
  • 09 November 2017

Five Christian families in rural Pakistan have gone into hiding after death threats were made against an 18-year-old because of his alleged blasphemy against Islam. Sonu Arshad, who lives in the remote village of Sukheki, 200km north of Lahore, belongs to one of the families ─ the only Christians in the village. The families fled […]

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