In this report, you'll meet three tribal women who traveled two days from their village in the mountains to tell us their stories. One said, "My husband was put in prison because he requested freedom of religion in the faith (Christianity)." Another told us of the challenges facing Christian women in her village because of the imprisonment of their husbands, "He's not at home. No one can do heavy labour at home, only women and children. We are afraid that the government will bring more difficulties upon our lives. You'll also meet a pastor who has suffered beatings because of his Christian activities.
(February 07, 2011 | From One Hundred Huntley Street/The Voice of the Martyrs Canada)