Vietnamese Church Growing Despite Ongoing Pressure

The Church is alive and thriving in Vietnam. According to the government’s own census, the number of protestant Christians today is around 1 million, up from 410,000 in 1999. Churches themselves report booming membership, with church officials put the numbers 

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Vietnam Government Asked to Review Law on Religion

A group of 27 civil society organisations have called on the government of Vietnam to edit a controversial draft law on religion, claiming that it is wide open to abuse. In a statement issued on 3rd November, Christian Solidarity Worldwide,

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The Hat on the Bibles

The co-founder of VOM Australia, Merv Knight, shares about a Christian man who was called by God to distribute Bibles in a remote part of Vietnam, even though he knew that it was risky. He was certain that if he was

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Can Vietnam have Religious Freedom

Vietnam is a country steeped in communist tradition. In an effort to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world, they are seeking to present themselves as a progressive country. But with communism, comes the inability to move beyond some practices

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Vietnam Church Hopeful of Increased Freedom

Church leaders from north Vietnam say the government is expressing an openness to the possibility of reforming the restrictive edict on religion, Decree 92, that was implemented in 2013. A church leader from the north told Open Doors: “The government

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Vietnam 40 years on

Pham Quoc Hung felt calm when the end finally came. It was the morning of April 30, 1975, and North Vietnamese tanks were rumbling towards their final military objective: Saigon. Those tanks were a sign that the war in Vietnam

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Vietnam: Church leaders

After releasing an official report that said that Hoang Van Ngai had committed suicide, authorities in Vietnam have reopened an investigation into the death of this Christian Pastor.

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Vietnam

Pressure on Christians has increased in Vietnam in the past year, and this is a challenge for the Church.

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Vietnam: Rural Poor

Poverty in the rural areas of Vietnam leaves many struggling to survive each day. And in a country where the government has little concern for those in rural areas, their chances of change are minimal.

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