Transforming Lives in Vietnam

Yen Bai Province, in Northern Vietnam, has been identified as one of Vietnam’s hot spots for human trafficking. Since 2011, 71 cases of women and child trafficking have been reported to Yen Bai provincial authorities. Earlier this year, with the

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Vietnam Christians Under Pressure

According to International Christian Concern (ICC), a series of government crackdowns on Christians in Vietnam has taken place, including the arrest and torture of an imprisoned pastor’s wife and the assault and arrest of a 14-year-old Christian in northern Vietnam.

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Prayer Requested for Believers in Vietnam and Laos.

Open Doors International are asking for prayer for two believers from Laos, Hian and Phung, who were apprehended by Vietnamese authorities last Saturday while transporting Bibles. The police confiscated their motorcycles, which were provided by Open Doors, and sent them

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Pray for the Church in Vietnam.

Prayer has been requested for a house church in Vietnam that was attacked during Easter celebrations. A local pastor related what happened: “I went [to my house church] to have Easter celebration with my church members. But we were persecuted

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Vietnamese Minorities Hungry for the Gospel.

Vietnam is home to more than 50 ethnic minorities, each with its own unique language and culture. The Kinh group is the largest, making up about 86 percent of the country’s 91 million people. Most of the business owners, educated

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Call for Release for Christian Lawyer in Vietnam.

International human rights and pro-democracy groups have appealed to Vietnam to release a Christian lawyer and his colleague, as pressure on the Communist-ruled government increases before its national congress. Nguyen Van Dai, a Christian lawyer based in Hanoi, was arrested

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Christians Beaten and Hassled in Vietnam

A Christian lawyer in Vietnam, Nguyen Van Dai, and three of his friends were beaten with sticks by Vietnamese police after they took part in a conference last Sunday. The conference, held in the country’s Nghe An Province, was to

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