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Vietnam: From the Field

Vietnam has a repressive communist government that actively restricts Christian worship. In rural areas of Vietnam, local authorities view Christianity as a foreign threat and often use arrests, intim...

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VIETNAM: House Church Members Released

After one week in prison, three members of an independent Protestant house church in Vietnam have been released to their families and are now home. The three men, all related, were arbitrarily arre...

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VIETNAM: Christian Jailed for Holding Prayer Meeting in His Home

A Vietnamese Montagnard (highlands) Christian was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison on charges of ‘secession and incitement’ for holding prayer meetings in his home. Nay Y Blang, 48,...

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VIETNAM: From the Field

Vietnam has a repressive communist government that actively restricts Christian worship. In rural areas of Vietnam, local authorities view Christianity as a foreign threat and often use arrests, intim...

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VIETNAM: From the Field

Persecution of Christians in Vietnam frequently occurs in the highland areas. The government restricts religious freedom through legislation, registration requirements, and by harassing and intimidati...

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VIETNAM: From the Field; Pray for a Family and a Church in Mourning

Around two years ago, Tuan, a Christian widow, opened her home for worship gatherings. The group started with six families but over time the numbers increased, and a second house church was planted. T...

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VIETNAM: From the Field

Vietnam has a repressive communist government that actively restricts Christian worship. In rural areas of Vietnam, local authorities view Christianity as a foreign threat and often use intimidation, ...

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VIETNAM: From the Field

Brother Khan was the first Christian convert in one of the most restricted areas in a Central Highlands province. He accepted Christ approximately four years ago and subsequently led his family to ...