Political Unrest in Sudan: In the case of Sudan, the end of the bloody regime of Omar al-Bashir, who had ruled since 1989, did not necessarily mean that better days were coming.
A New Era of Religious Persecution in China: A “winter” of persecution is sweeping over China. The government is persecuting the church more than it has since the Cultural Revolution of 1966-76. Since 2014, the Chinese government has been taking crosses down from churches, closing and demolishing many. This new era of church persecution is not aimed only against Christians.
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Malaysia: Have you ever seen an emerald in the sunlight? That is a symbolic description of Malaysia
China: In 2018, 100,000 or more Christians are thought to have been arrested in China. Compared to 3,700 in 2017, this is a staggering escalation of persecution
Myanmar: Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) has colorful ethnic groups and rich natural resources but is a nation with a bad reputation.
Nigeria: The “Giant of Africa,” Nigeria is the continent’s largest country, in size, population and in faith.
Eritrea: Recently known as the “North Korea of Africa,” Eritrea is on the precipice of major change.
Yemen: Located on the southern region of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen is an arid desert country that has long held the infamous position as the Arab world’s most impoverished country.
Nepal: Nepal has one of the fastest-growing Christian populations in the world!
Cambodia: Cambodia nestles peacefully in the Gulf of Thailand.
Sudan, North Africa: Once the largest nation in Africa, Sudan is a country of differences