Christian villagers expelled. Relief efforts hindered. VOM supports orphans of martyrs.

  • [11] prayers in [2] nations have been posted for Mua family. Two Christian families were expelled from their Laotian village recently after declaring their faith in Christ. When the Mua family became Christians, village leaders wrote an official complaint to district authorities, saying, "[Our] village does not want to cooperate or associate with those that take on the Jesus religion. … We dislike that the Christians keep coming to tell others about this Jesus religion. It is annoying." Read More.

  • Jun. 25, 2020 | Syria Border Closures Complicate Relief Efforts [10] prayers in [3] nations have been posted for Christians serving the needy. Border closures related to coronavirus suppression have complicated an already difficult situation in Syria. The closures have halted the transport of food aid and have also prevented pastors from traveling into and out of the country. Read More.

  • Jun. 25, 2020 | Congo, Democratic Republic of the VOM Supports Orphans of Martyrs [9] prayers in [2] nations have been posted for Orphaned Children. VOM is supporting four children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) whose missionary parents were killed by Muslim extremists. On the night of Oct. 16, 2014, Islamists attacked Cadeau and a neighboring village in the DRC, killing the missionaries and 11 members of their church. Read M

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