Kidnapped Malaysian Pastor’s Family ‘Solid and Secure in Jesus’

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (Baptist Press) A Malaysian pastor threatened with death for trying to convert Muslims to Christianity remains missing more than a year after his February 2017 kidnapping in Kuala Lumpur, a family friend confirmed to Baptist Press today (March 26).

The family of 63-year-old Raymond Koh has heard nothing of his whereabouts or health since his abduction by as many as a dozen masked men in broad daylight, family friend and Nashville-area pastor Greg Wilton told BP.

“They’ve really suffered, suffered psychologically,” said Wilton, who met Koh before becoming missions pastor of the Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tenn., in January 2017. “And yet through it all, God’s given them a tremendous amount of … assurance that even though they may not see him in this life, they are totally certain that they will see him in the next life.”

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