MALAYSIA: Pastor still Missing

On 13 February, Pastor Raymond Koh King Too (62) was kidnapped in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur by a group of masked men. No one has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping, nor have there been demands made for a ransom.

Owing to the lack of information surrounding the abduction, it is reported that the son of Pastor Koh has now filed a second police complaint stating his suspicion that his father has been murdered by his captors.

Pastor Koh, who has been involved in a community work project that provides help to single mothers, drug addicts, and people living with HIV and AIDS, was wrongfully accused by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department in 2011 for trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. The charges, however, were subsequently dropped due to a lack of evidence.

In addition to Pastor Koh, Pastor Joshua Hilmy, a former Muslim and ethnic Malay, also went missing along with his wife on 30 November 2016. Pastor Hilmy had received threatening phone calls in the lead-up to his disappearance.

Sources: World Evangelical Alliance, VOM Contacts, XYZ

  • Pray the Lord will strengthen and protect Pastor Koh and Pastor and Mrs Hilmy. Pray they will be released from their captors.
  • Pray God’s comforting presence will minister to their families, during this time of distress and uncertainty.
  • Pray Christians in Malaysia will not succumb to fear but will remain faithful to their loving Lord and Saviour, even when they face danger.
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2 Responses to MALAYSIA: Pastor still Missing

  1. Tony 16 March 2017 at 6:50 pm #

    It’s so sad to see the wickedness and depravity of man. PS Raymond was helping the poor and marginalised in the community regardless of race, religion & background! What do these evol men intend to achieve by his abduction? It will not stop the church in Malaysia to continue God’s kingdom work!

    • Voice of the Martyrs 17 March 2017 at 9:13 am #

      We will continue to pray for Pastor Raymond and for all our brothers and sisters in Malaysia. May God bless you Tony.

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