Noi packs his backpack full of Bibles, teaching books, DVDs and CDs, then shrugs the bag onto his back and heads off to board the bus. He carries only items that won’t raise suspicion if the bus is stopped by authorities on his 20-hour ride
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VOM workers in Laos report that persecution is on the increase in Laos. The reason why is very simple. They said, “The formula is very simple: Revival causes persecution! And there have been revivals abounding throughout Laos.” The local authorities don’t like Christianity and are
On 1 August Álvaro López’s farmland was vandalised and farming tools were stolen by a “traditionalist” living in the same area. (The term “traditionalist” is used by those who have combined their ancestors’ pagan Mayan rituals with Catholicism.) While the police intervened, their relatively minor
Two South Sudanese Presbyterian pastors who were imprisoned for over half a year in Sudan and faced the death penalty for espionage and other conspiracy charges have finally made it home after they were banned from leaving the country following their release earlier this month.
Since accepting Christ three years ago, ‘Shua,’ a poor Khmu Christian, has been beaten many times. Most recently, someone in his rural village poisoned his two pigs, his only property of value. “All the people of his village hate him and the 20 other Christians