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Wen Wei Chieh: Steadfast in Opposition

At 9 a.m. at a dock in Canton, China, Wen Wei Chieh waited. After six long years imprisoned by the Communists for her public witness as a Christian, she had finally been granted a permit to travel to Hong Kong. Only one thing stood between her and boarding the ship: the inspection of her baggage,... Read more

Irans virtual Church faces new opposition – Mission Network News

Iran (MNN) — Irans latest legal changes target virtual churches and online ministries. According to Article18, new amendments to an existing law expand Iranian authorities ability to persecute religious minorities. Irans latest legislative amendment appears to be, in part, a response to internal uprising and political unrest across the country, Heart4Irans Mike Ansari says. For... Read more

How to Prepare for the Most Intense Opposition Weve Faced

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Collin Hansen: It’s going to get worse before it gets better. We’re facing opposition far more intense than anything most Christians in the United States have experienced in the last century. That’s the... Read more

Obstacles and opposition come with Kingdom expansion in Laos - Mission Network News

Obstacles and opposition include Kingdom enlargement in Laos – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] Laos (CAM) — Kin hostile to Christian religion, flooded roads that injury bikes, authorities restrictions on journey all can instill worry in each native missionaries and new Christians in Laos. In one of many worlds final bastions of communism, a 2016 faith regulation generally known as Decree 315 threatens to cripple efforts to unfold... Read more