LAOS: Pastors to Meet with Authorities About Christian Families Facing Eviction
  • 18 October 2018

Three pastors in northern Laos are planning to meet with authorities to discuss the status of 23 Christian families who were recently ordered to leave the village. The pastors hope to persuade the authorities to allow the Christians to remain in the village by explaining a new law that allows for religious freedom. Although a […]

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LAOS: New Law Further Restricts Front-line Workers
  • 14 June 2018

Under a new law, all religious activity in Laos must be approved by multiple government offices. Approval is rarely, if ever, given. This means the work of VOM-supported front-line workers and other evangelists would be considered illegal. The law is supposed to apply to people of all faiths equally, but many expect it to be […]

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Projects for Persecuted Christians: COMMUNIST WORLD
  • 20 March 2018

Total expenses for Projects Communist World = $427,184 Making an impact in the lives of persecuted believers in restricted nations is first and foremost in our minds, to provide with your partnership, the tools to equip them for ministry. Owing to the sensitivity of our ministry we have provided some examples of completed projects which […]

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LAOS: Four Believers Arrested for Leading Others to Jesus
  • 16 March 2018

Four Christians were arrested recently after 16 villagers came to know Christ as a result of their teaching. The Christians were from a community that VOM helped two years ago when they were evicted from their village for refusing to give up their faith. They are charged with spreading a foreign religion that goes against […]

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LAOS: Christians Released
  • 22 February 2018

Six Christians in Laos who spent more than a month in jail for celebrating Christmas have now been set free. The Christians in Vientiane province were taken into custody because they had not sought official permission to hold a Christmas celebration. Most were ethnic Hmong and new believers. As part of their celebrations, they invited […]

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