Asia


Asia | Mar. 8 2001

Bibles in China reach 25 million

In just 13 years the number of Bibles printed in China has gone from none to 25 million. Chinese Christians and other gathered in Nanjing, China,... [READ MORE]

Asia | Mar. 8 2001

Revival happening on Chinese campus

Revival has recently swept through a campus in northern China, resulting in 48 professions of faith in only nine weeks. Overwhelmed by God’s... [READ MORE]

Asia | Mar. 8 2001

Southwestern drama team performs in two cities in China

The words sounded different, but the melody and the meaning were the same. Needing to overcome the language barrier with the Chinese Christians... [READ MORE]

Asia | Mar. 1 2001

Commission hears conflicting reports on Indonesia

Sharply different perspectives on religious persecution in Indonesia have been laid before the United States Commission on International Religious... [READ MORE]

Asia | Mar. 1 2001

Christians released in Nepal

The case against four Christians detained since Oct. 29 on trumped-up proselytism charges was dismissed Feb. 11 in Rajbiraj, Nepal, after prosecution... [READ MORE]

Asia | Feb. 8 2001

Christian youth work discouraged in China

ANHUI, China — Last July, authorities in the eastern province of Anhui moved to discourage Christian work with young people through an... [READ MORE]

Asia | Jan. 11 2001

China stepping up crackdown on religion

WENZHOU, China — The Chinese government has justified as “protecting religious freedom” its new new crackdown on unauthorized... [READ MORE]

Asia | Jan. 11 2001

Baptists join forces for work in Korea

A total of 2,754 new believers have been added to the kingdom of God through a partnership evangelism project involving Baptists from the United... [READ MORE]

Asia | Jan. 11 2001

Tajikistan church bomb kills nine

Despite a Sunday morning bombing that killed nine and injured 70 members, Grace Sonmin Church in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, celebrated its ninth anniversary... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 4 2001

Mobile pastor’s childhood escape from native Vietnam led him to Christ

When Hoang (Paul) Huynh, pastor of the Vietnamese Baptist Mission in Mobile, was 12, it seemed that he’d have to live without hope under... [READ MORE]