Christians in Myanmar Fear for Safety and Forced Recruitment to Army

Christians in Myanmar Fear for Safety and Forced Recruitment to Army

It’s now two months since the military coup in Myanmar. The junta has intensified its crackdown on protestors, with around 600 people now believed to have been killed. For the country’s minority Christian population, there continues to be fear – not just for their safety but of forced recruitment to the army. In this update, Christians in the country share experiences and fears, as well as gratitude for your ongoing prayers.

Three Ways You Can Pray Into The Myanmar Crisis

Three Ways You Can Pray Into The Myanmar Crisis

One week on from the military coup in Myanmar, the nation remains in a state of flux and anger. The weekend saw tens of thousands gather in opposition to the military. The protests are likely to intensify in the coming days. The dark period of previous military rule leaves many Christians fearful for the future. They need your prayers, and here are three ways you can pray…