The Many Faces of Indonesia
  • 09 January 2020

What is the first thing that comes to the mind of a Westerner about Indonesia? The answer is Bali, the fabulous and scenic holiday destination. About the size of Europe, Indonesia is also the most populous Muslim country in the world. A tourist will not see the oppression the minority Christian population experiences, or the […]

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NEPAL: Living the Christian Life with Beautiful Aroma
  • 06 November 2019

An extremely poor family who came to Christ has experienced intense persecution but also rapid spiritual maturity. The family is so poor that they live in a shelter on government-owned land. One day they met a pastor who told them about Christ. Eager for the hope Jesus promised, they accepted Christ as a family. They […]

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EGYPT: New Converts Hunger for Christ
  • 24 October 2019

An underground Bible school for former Muslim women who have come to faith in Christ has experienced significant growth in the past year. The Bible school, founded by three former Muslim women, has grown to several thousand students simply by word of mouth. Some of the women have not told their families they have become […]

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AFGHANISTAN: God at Work, More Labourers Needed
  • 29 August 2019

Christian workers report several encouraging developments in the difficult mission field of Afghanistan. Though Christian faith was once more prominent in the country, most Afghans today have never heard the Gospel, do not know a Christian and have been raised since birth to pursue an unquestioned allegiance to Mohammed’s teachings. Local and national governments are […]

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IRAN: Government Concerned with the Growth of Christianity
  • 25 July 2019

Iran’s intelligence minister, Mahmoud Alavi, has openly expressed concern about the spread of Christianity in the Islamic republic. According to the International Shia News Association, Alavi blamed “evangelical propaganda” for the increase in Iranian Muslims converting to Christianity in Iran.  Despite Christianity being criminalised in a country where the government is entangled with hard-line Islam, […]

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