VIETNAM: Villagers Confiscate Christian Woman’s Land
  • 05 December 2019

A Christian woman in the village of Dak Lak lost her home and land recently when villagers decided to expel her because of her Christian faith. Chau, 60, lived on several acres of prime farming land that had been handed down to her by her grandparents. Before becoming a Christian, she was a heavy drinker […]

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Project: Vietnam – A House for Tran
  • 31 October 2019

Tran found Christ when his daughter was miraculously healed. After his conversion, he immediately began serving the Lord wholeheartedly, assisting with church planting, sharing the Gospel and baptising people. When his parents discovered he was a Christian, they kicked him and his family out of their home, threatening and cursing them. The family were left […]

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Project: Vietnam Motorcycles for Pastors
  • 31 October 2019

Pastoring or church planting in restricted nations often means overseeing many house churches. Small congregations can be spread out across different regions and can total hundreds of people. This is the case in Vietnam and pastors will often travel hours to visit house churches to encourage, train and disciple them. It can mean treacherous journeys […]

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VIETNAM: New Believer Tortured for Faith
  • 14 August 2019

Village leaders tortured a Hmong Christian recently in an attempt to force him and his wife to renounce their new Christian faith. After the couple refused to abandon their faith in Christ, the villagers hung the man upside down over a fire of spicy chillies. The acrid smoke burned his skin, throat and eyes, until […]

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Project: Support for School Children in Vietnam
  • 29 April 2019

Pastors and preachers in restricted nations often struggle financially to support their families while they are ministering. Many of them travel frequently to visit congregations, preach and train pastors, and sustaining an income can be difficult. Voice of the Martyrs Australia provides support in many ways and for pastors in Vietnam, that meant being able […]

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