Chinese Officials Detain Christian Woman for Passing Out Gospel Literature on Street

Chinese Officials Detain Christian Woman for Passing Out Gospel Literature on Street

GUANGDONG, China — Government personnel in China’s southern Guangdong province detained and interrogated a Christian woman for several hours after she passed out Christian reading materials on Feb. 8. When authorities learned that Jiang Junying, a member of the persecuted Zhongfu Tongxin Church in Shantou, was on a sidewalk distributing Gospel leaflets to passersby on […]

Ministry Sending Scripture Booklets Into Gospel-Starved Areas of Latin America

Ministry Sending Scripture Booklets Into Gospel-Starved Areas of Latin America

Latin America (Mission Network News) — The violence in Latin America has intensified over the years with the rising spans of gangs, drug lords, and human trafficking. A recent report from the Brazilian Center for Latin American Studies and the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences showed Brazil was in 7th place worldwide for the […]

Ministry Helps Fill the Gospel Gap in Guatemala

Ministry Helps Fill the Gospel Gap in Guatemala

Guatemala (Mission Network News) — Though Christianity in Guatemala has spread, there is still work to be done and lives to be changed, which is why Family Christian recently went on a week-long mission trip to Chichicastenango, Guatemala. Family Christian Manager-in-training, Stetson Harper, explains the work was centered around helping orphans and widows. In order […]

‘Keep Your $10’: ‘Christian’ Rapper Andy Mineo Mocks Fans, Defends Profanity Use

‘Keep Your $10’: ‘Christian’ Rapper Andy Mineo Mocks Fans, Defends Profanity Use

An unrepentant professing Christian rapper, who has worked with artists such as Lecrae, Tedashii and Sho Baraka, is claiming that it is permissible for Christians to use profanity and is arguing that refraining from the use of expletives has nothing to do with being set apart for Christ. Andy Mineo, known for his “God Belongs in My City” […]

Vietnam’s Minority Groups Are Hungry for the Gospel

Vietnam’s Minority Groups Are Hungry for the Gospel

(Open Doors) — Vietnam is home to more than 50 ethnic minorities. Each has its unique language and culture, but such diversity has often presented challenges for the government leaders, whose Communist ideals are averse to individuality, private ownership and religion. The Kinh group is the largest, making up about 86 percent of the country’s […]

God’s Kingdom Expands in Burma

God’s Kingdom Expands in Burma

Burma (Christian Aid Mission) — In spite of steep mountains, opposition, and a new law stipulating that the government must approve all religious conversions, an indigenous ministry leader in Burma (Myanmar) said the Holy Spirit has not slowed down. “God is moving fast in our country, more than ever before, to the few elect among […]