Originally posted on VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED: Pastor Mario Choj visits Pérez family in Mitontic, Chiapas, Mexico. (Morning Star News photo courtesy of Federico Sarao) “To follow Christ is beautiful. It doesn’t matter if we have to live in suffering, persecution and contempt from our village. Everyone in the family says that to live close…
Mexico Check out the video below, the slides (to come) and the magazine article. Need for translations slides (missing meantime) With acknowledgment of Operation World. Further info on persecution Video
Feb. 24, 2017 | Mexico Truly a man’s enemies shall be they of his own family. A Christian family in Chiapas, Mexico, was forced to flee their home after being threatened by members of their Zapatista community. Mardomio and his family were ordered by Mardomio’s father, the village “religious teacher,” to stop attending church andContinue reading “Pray for Mardomio and Family, Evicted from Village”
Evangelical Churches and Communities Deprived of Electricity Municipal Authorities Cut Off Basic Electrical Services to Church in Chiapas 01/26/2017 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on Sunday, January 22, the “Templo Solo Cristo Salva,” a house church based in Comitan de Dominguez, Chiapas, Mexico, had its electrical services cutContinue reading “More persecution in Mexico”
Originally posted on VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED: ? Chiapas state, Mexico (Morning Star News) – A Christian in Chiapas state, Mexico was summarily jailed for three days the evening of Jan. 7 for refusing to deny his faith and contribute to Traditionalist Catholic festivals, according to an advocacy group. Local authorities who practice the Traditionalist…
Groundbreaking Visit by IRF Ambassador Signals Heightened US Interest in Mexico US Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, David Saperstein, to Meet with Government and Religious Leaders to Investigate Reports of Religious Persecution in Mexico 08/15/2016 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – In an unprecedented visit this week, US Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, David Saperstein, is travelingContinue reading “Not before time!”
Lauro Perez Nunez (36) was ordered to leave his village in Oaxaca because he would not follow Cristo-paganism. He has been imprisoned five times and his children must travel miles to school. The National Council for Religious Tolerance is meant to address these issues along with the Mexican Congress.
Families Expelled for Refusing to Recant “Every man is free to pursue the religious belief that best suits him, and to practice its ceremonies” – ARTICLE 24, MEXICAN CONSTITUTION On January 26, 10 Christian families, comprised of 18 adults and 10 children, were expelled from their community of Tuxpan de Bolanos in the Mexican stateContinue reading “More Mexican Intolerance.”