Pray for Christian Children Denied School Enrolment

Mar. 18, 2015 | Laos Six students have again been denied school enrolment in their Laotian village because they are from Christian families. The students continue to attend school in a nearby town, where they stay with a pastor’s family during the week. The students’ families are part of a house church established in 2006.Continue reading “Pray for Christian Children Denied School Enrolment”

Pray for Five Christian Leaders Jailed for Praying for Sick Woman

Feb. 27, 2015 | Laos Five Christian leaders in Laos were sentenced to jail and fined on Feb. 2 after a Christian woman they had prayed for died of an illness. Mrs. Kaithong, Mr. Puphet, Mr. Muk, Mr. Hasadee and Mr. Tiang were charged with “treating [a person] without an official license causing her toContinue reading “Pray for Five Christian Leaders Jailed for Praying for Sick Woman”

Pray for Chanlai and His Family

Nov. 21, 2014 | Laos After two years of harassment, “Chanlai” and his family were banished from their village in Hua Phan province in January 2014 because they had converted to Christianity. Local authorities feared that the presence of Christians would prevent their village from being deemed a “model village.” On Jan. 20, authorities pressuredContinue reading “Pray for Chanlai and His Family”

Twenty Five People Evicted From Village in Laos After Refusing To Deny Christ

Six Hmong families, totalling 25 people, were evicted from their village homes when they refused to renounce Christianity and convert back to Animism, the ancient faith of their people. The families were forced to leave behind everything they owned including home, land and their meager belongings More… Hmong Christians arrested and evicted for refusing toContinue reading “Twenty Five People Evicted From Village in Laos After Refusing To Deny Christ”

Two young Laotians made destitute.

  Young Christian Men Kicked Out by Family Two young Hmong Christian men, “Tou Ly” and “Fai Cho,” were forced by relatives to leave their homes because they refused to renounce Christ and return to ancestor worship. They were then arrested by local authorities and detained for two weeks. After their release on Aug. 25,Continue reading “Two young Laotians made destitute.”

Christians detained after worship meeting released in Laos

    Country/Region: South and East Asia, Lao, People’s Democratic Republic PTL again! Six Christians who were arrested after meeting for worship in Laos were released on 3 October, while a church leader detained with them remained in custody weeks later. Christians in rural villages in Laos may face harassment from local authorities GuillaumeG /Continue reading “Christians detained after worship meeting released in Laos”

Pray for Tou Ly and Fai Cho in Laos

Oct. 09, 2014 | Laos Two Hmong Christian men, “Tou Ly” and “Fai Cho,” were forced by relatives to leave their homes because they refused to renounce Christ and return to ancestor worship. They were then arrested by local authorities and detained for two weeks. After their release, on Aug. 25, the men rented aContinue reading “Pray for Tou Ly and Fai Cho in Laos”

Tay Pong of Laos

If you are having trouble viewing this message, see it in your browser.  Yet another. Do they pong? Hope not! The Pong are mostly concentrated in Houaphan Province, especially in the Xam-Tai, Houamuang, Viangxai, and Xam Neua districts. Others spill across into the Kham District of Xiangkhoang Province. In addition, there are small numbers ofContinue reading “Tay Pong of Laos”