1. Persecuted followers of Jesus in Vietnam send a message in song to Christians around the world.
    (January 20 2009)

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  2. At 7:00 a.m. on December 17, 2008, a large contingent of government officials, police and demolition workers gathered at the Cu Hat Church in the Central Highlands of Vietnam to destroy the building. This video shows what happened.
    (January 20 2009)

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  3. In this report, you'll meet Rev. Nguyen Hong Quang, a Mennonite pastor who is considered by some to be one of the most hated men among Vietnam's ruling party. A trained lawyer, Pastor Quang has challenged the government repeatedly on its violations of religious freedoms. In the last 20 years, he has been arrested, imprisoned, slandered in newspapers and followed by police. In December 2010, an estimated 500 soldiers and police officers oversaw the demolition of a two-story building that was both Pastor Quang's home and the headquarters of the Vietnam Mennonite Church. Find out how recent events are only encouraging Pastor Quang to continue being a voice for those who have none.
    (February 07, 2011 | From One Hundred Huntley Street/The Voice of the Martyrs Canada)

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  4. 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)

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  5. Why are so many Christians meeting in secret in Vietnam? In this report, you'll meet men from several tribes-some illiterate, some former addicts and some former witch doctors. Each had an encounter with God that changed the course of his life. Now they want to learn more about Him, and come together to study the Bible. What they also share is the experience of religious persecution. We've hidden their identities for their own protection, as the threat of arrest or worse is very real.
    (February 07, 2011 | From One Hundred Huntley Street/The Voice of the Martyrs Canada)

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