MYANMAR: Imprisoned Pastor Cannot Leave Wa State
  • 26 March 2020

Rev Ai was arrested in 2018 along with other Christian leaders during a separatist crackdown in Wa State. His family struggled while he was in prison, and members of the Wa State Army prevented other believers from helping them. Ai was released after several months, but the situation remains very difficult for Christians in the […]

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MYANMAR: Pastor Imprisoned for Sharing the Gospel
  • 27 February 2020

A pastor in Wa state served two months of hard labour in a prison camp recently after religious authorities noticed an increasing number of people converting to Christianity. Pastor Sam often accompanied his wife to market days in the area, where she sold fresh fruit and vegetables. They both took the opportunity to share the […]

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Project: Support for Brother Cho
  • 01 April 2019

Brother Cho’s* impactful ministry in Myanmar meant he was imprisoned and tortured for his faith. Because of this, he was in desperate need of medical attention. Health problems resulting from imprisonment didn’t stop Brother Cho from his current ministry which provides Christian cassettes and literature to villages far and wide in Myanmar. To assist him […]

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MYANMAR: A Pastor Has Been Killed
  • 14 February 2019

Pastor Tun Nu was last seen alive on the evening of 19 January, when an armed rebel group forced him to leave his home, telling Nu their leader wanted to question him. Pastor Nu had been a missionary with Gospel for Asia in a troubled area of Myanmar. “He was killed along with several others […]

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INDIA & MYANMAR: Persecution Over Christmas
  • 10 January 2019

In areas throughout India and Myanmar, Christmas was not a season of peace and joy. Christians faced violence and resulting injuries, as those opposed to the message of Christ stoned, slashed and terrorised local believers. In the Kanta Kawn Township of Central Myanmar, 27 Christians had gathered together in a home for a Christmas service […]

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