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  • Oct. 22, 2020 | Laos Teenager Kicked Out [8] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Seng. Only days after he accepted Christ, 15-year-old Seng was already facing the persecution Jesus often spoke about. After his parents learned of his decision, they sat down to talk with him, telling him he needed to renounce his "foreign" faith. Read More.

  • Oct. 22, 2020 | Iran Court Removes "Muslim" Toddler from Christian Parents [6] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for Sam, Maryam and Lydia. An Iranian court has taken a "Muslim" child out of the home of the Christian couple who adopted her. Sam and Maryam adopted Lydia from a local orphanage in the city of Bushehr when she was three months old. Lydia has significant health issues, including a heart defect and digestive problems. Six months after the couple adopted her, intelligence agents arrested Sam and Maryam in their home. Read More.

  • Oct. 22, 2020 | Ethiopia Finding a Good Heart [8] prayers in [2] nations have been posted for Shaikh Adam. ​When a local Islamic leader saw a Christian helping people from different tribal and religious groups, he experienced Jesus' transformational power. Sheikh Adam saw a VOM-supported front-line worker serving people from both evangelical and Orthodox churches in a Muslim-majority region, and he wondered why. The front-line worker told him, "This is what we've learned from Christ and the Bible." Read More.


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