Project: Safe House in Malaysia
  • 03 January 2020

Malaysia has three major ethnicities: Malay (60%), Chinese (30%) and native tribes. The Malays are the most powerful group in the country and being Muslim is an important part of their identity. While Christianity is not illegal, it is illegal for Malays to convert to Christianity. Christian converts who are caught are confined to “re-education […]

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Project: Youth Camp Programs and Disciple Mission School
  • 31 October 2019

This year, with the help of our supporters, Voice of the Martyrs Australia helped fund  youth camps in Sabah, Malaysia. VOM’s ministry partners conducted four camps in various locations across Sabah, with approximately 50 young people attending each camp. The camps are an opportunity to reach out to youth with the love of Christ through […]

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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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