Malaysia and Brunei: Valuable Tools
  • 13 July 2020

In Malaysia and Brunei, the movements of Christian workers and evangelists have been restricted due to COVID-19. Our partners there have reported using WhatsApp and Zoom for the first time, along with phone contact, to encourage Muslim background believers. In-depth Bible study using Zoom is just one of the many ways technology is being used, […]

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MALAYSIA: Pastor Raymond Koh Still Missing
  • 20 February 2020

It’s been three years since the abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh in Malaysia. On Monday morning, 13 February 2017, Pastor Raymond was driving his car to visit a friend’s house. He never arrived. He was stopped in Petaling Jaya, Selangor State by unknown assailants and abducted in broad daylight. He has not been seen or heard […]

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MALAYSIA: Establishment of Special Task Force
  • 30 May 2019

The Malaysian government has expressed that it will set up a special task force to investigate the cases of missing Pastor Raymond Koh and Perlis activist Amri Che Mat, a move that is welcomed by the Koh family. On 23 May, Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said that a special task force would be […]

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From our CEO: May 2019
  • 28 April 2019

Malaysia and Brunei are very interesting, yet complex countries. They both have Muslim-majority populations and both apply their own manner of control over their inhabitants, based on their brand of Islamic law. I hope this month’s newsletter provides some insight into the challenging environment in which Muslim background believers embrace their new-found faith in Jesus […]

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Finding Christ in Malaysia
  • 28 April 2019

For Nisa, a mother of seven, life after becoming a Christian meant persecution for her faith and extreme poverty. Nisa, a tenacious woman, didn’t want anything to do with Christianity until someone prayed for her and she was completely transformed. Born into a Muslim family, Nisa moved from the Philippines to Malaysia to live and […]

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