Saved through Persecution in Laos
  • 28 July 2019

Mee, an evangelist in southern Laos, was cooking in her small outdoor kitchen when she was approached by a man who confessed to attempting to kill her husband Vang some years previously and, through the experience, found Jesus. The man was a sniper with the country’s communist government and was sent to shoot Vang for […]

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LAOS: Christian Arrested, Asked to Renounce Faith
  • 02 May 2019

Police in southern Laos have allegedly arrested, beaten and detained a man in Savannakhet province for practising his Christian faith last Thursday, according to Radio Free Asia’s (RFA) Lao service. The man named Agoon was arrested for another crime, based on a police accusation – he was cutting timber illegally in a protected forest. However, […]

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Project: Water Filters for Laos
  • 30 April 2019

Laos is still a majority communist nation and one often forgotten. Since the year 2000, the local government has persecuted many churches and now they are targeting villages with new believers. To make life difficult for new converts, authorities will often not allow Christians to drink the water from the village well or water supply. […]

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Project: Motorbike for Sri
  • 11 March 2019

Sri travels up to three hours from Jambi City in Indonesia to many of his mission villages where he ministers to established congregations and shares the Gospel from door to door. Last year, VOM Australia stepped in to provide Sri with a motorbike to make his journey a little easier. Mission areas in Jelompok Bukit […]

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Christian Persecution in Communist Laos
  • 06 March 2019

Linh, a committed Christian, and her husband travel five hours by motorcycle to take the Gospel to a village known as a “Communist hero village”, once home to several soldiers who died fighting against the United States in the Vietnam War. The villagers take great pride in the fallen heroes from their community and deeply […]

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