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23-Jul-2005
    Recent reports from Vietnam give some hope of lowering tensions between government authorities and Mennonite churches at various levels, while at the same time hostile actions continue elsewhere. Church leaders interpret the signs of the times differ ...
19-Jul-2005
    Choi Yong-hun was sentenced in Yantai City, Shandong Province, China on May 22, 2003 to 5 years in prison for assisting in the escape of North Korean refugees from China to South Korea. Today his wife and children are pleading for the world to stand ...
23-May-2005
    Once one of the wealthiest countries in Asia, Burma has degenerated into a land of poverty, war, disease, and dispossession. A litany of government human rights abuses against its own people includes restrictions to freedom of speech and religious wo ...
06-May-2005
    After serving in the North Vietnamese army for 17 years, former communist political cadre Than Van Truong became a pastor with the Baptist General Conference of Vietnam, an unregistered church group. His active Christian witness and house church wit ...
16-Apr-2005
    "Government is duty-bound not to tolerate intolerance and one group's disparagement of the beliefs and ideas of others."What a noble sounding sentiment! How enlightened must be the one from whose lips these words fell like water upon the dry ear ...
03-Apr-2005
    I was invited to a meeting of the United Mission to Nepal held in Katmandu in 1993. The Presbyterian Church (USA) was one of the founding members of that mission and we have had over its fifty plus years of operation literally hundreds of missionari ...
12-Jan-2005
    The year of 2004 was one of catastrophe for Christians around the world. Persecution resulting in death took an unprecedented number of lives. Those numbers are difficult to quantify because of the genocide in Sudan, the isolation of North Korea, and ...
31-Dec-2004
    From the staff at Christianmonitor.org we want to wish you a blessed and prosperous New Year. As you reflect on this past year of 2004, our prayer is that you have grown in the grace of God and that your heart is enlarged with compassion for the pers ...
20-Dec-2004
    The Herod of today sits in his big palace with hundreds of guards around him. He has heard rumours about the Jesus movement in his country and does not have this movement 'under control'. He will ask his special police to get information so tha ...
01-Oct-2004
    INTRODUCTIONEvery day millions of Christians suffer for their faith. When asked to give a general portrait of whom the persecuted Christians might be, Elizabeth Kendal from the World Evangelical Alliance said: "Persecute ...
12-Aug-2004
    In this day and age, as it has been since the time of the early Church described in Acts, Christians are imprisoned for their faith. Today Christians in China, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan and many other countries are ...
17-Jul-2004
    There is a word of the Lord that the leadership of the nation of Cambodia needs to hear and to understand: ôStop persecuting the Montagnards that have fled to your country for protection and safety. Your responsibility lies not in judging them as to ...
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