Laos: Youth drug problem

Drugs and youth are often put together as the mixture of a problem. Laos is no different. But here it is the new drugs which are causing young people, particularly young men, an increasing number of problems.

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Laos

Laos [the Lao Peoples’ Democratic Republic] is one of the world’s poorest countries. It is spiritually hungry, but restrictions on Christian witness, persecution and a lack of mature church leadership hampers the spread of the gospel.

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Religious freedom in Laos

The Lao Constitution guarantees religious freedom; however, this is often restricted by local governments in an effort to maintain unity among faith groups. The government openly favours Buddhism, despite the separation of Church and state in Laos

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Laos

The Church in Laos lives under pressure from the communist government that seeks to silence all forms of dissent.

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Sowing and reaping in Laos: prepare hearts with prayer

Being Lao is synonymous with being Buddhist; Christians who do not participate in traditional festivities and ceremonies face Buddhist aggression. Evangelism is effectively prohibited on the grounds it would create social division. Pray into these world views to break the

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The Church and discipleship in Laos

Though Christians in Laos continue to suffer, many Laotians are coming to faith, especially young people. The large numbers of Khmu people becoming Christians and growing spiritually in Laos today is due in large part to the Khmu radio broadcasting

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An overview of Laos

Laos [the Lao Peoples’ Democratic Republic] is one of the world’s poorest countries. It is spiritually hungry, but restrictions on Christian witness, persecution and a lack of mature church leadership hampers the spread of the gospel.

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