Dear Friends, Over the weekend I received an urgent request for prayer from Khmu believers facing persecution in the communist nation of Laos. I want to pass it on to friends like you who care deeply for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. […]
Below are just a few of the many testimonies we receive about lives being impacted and transformed by the Persecuted Christians Ministry of Heaven’s Family.
Death seemed near. The famine, exacerbated by North Korea's communist economic policies, continued unabated—and malnutrition was taking its toll. Although her name was Hope, her hopes were fading. She had been crying out to God for help. Where were the answers to her prayers?
When North Korean Christians are caught crossing the border into China, they are sent back to their home country to be imprisoned or executed Dear Friends, Three years ago, at the age of 23, Rowe Mu escaped from North Korea in hopes of finding […]
Iranian sisters Marzieh and Maryam, two years after their release from Tehran’s Evin Prison Dear Friends, Looking at the radiant smiles of sisters Marzieh and Maryam, you wouldn’t realize that, two years earlier, they endured 259 days in the notorious Evin Prison in Tehran, […]
I hate my parents! The bitter words seethed deep within the heart of Duang Tawjan. How could they choose to leave Buddhism, the faith of our people, for a foreign religion? Although a teenager, Duang had already become a devoted Buddhist monk. When his parents told him that they had converted to Christianity, he felt that he had no choice but to disown them. It wasn't easy, however, especially in light of their efforts to maintain their relationship with him. And they were different people after their conversion. Their changed lives further fueled Duang's doubts about Buddhism, which were already being fed by the hypocrisy he witnessed at the monastery where he lived.