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2 children left for dead. "My God will provide." Persecution of Churches in Viet Nam.

Jan. 02, 2020 | Nigeria

Two Children Left for Dead

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Philip Yakubu and his sister, Grace, are still recovering from a violent attack in which 8-year-old Philip lost his eye. The siblings were playing in their home one evening in September 2018 when Islamist Fulani herdsmen broke into the house. Read More.

Jan. 02, 2020 | Pakistan

My God Will Provide

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A Christian man who lost his job after refusing to convert to Islam is currently in hiding after receiving death threats. Asif, who was a valued supervisor at a garment factory, used to lead 10 coworkers in prayer before work every morning. In 2017, the factory owner approached him and told him to stop the prayers. Read More.

Jan. 02, 2020 | Vietnam

Report- All Churches in Region Facing Persecution

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Front-line workers ministering to tribal groups in south-central Vietnam report that every single church in their region is facing difficulties. The believers said Christians are being watched and that many churches have been shut down. At one church, police arrived during Sunday worship and took away Bibles, chairs, tables and five motorbikes. Read More.

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