The Persecuted Church Across the World

Persecuted Church Laos 1 Sept 2017


Open Doors 18 August 2017

Beun* is a believer in Laos – pictured below, although we can’t show his face for security reasons.

He became a Christian after Christians who cared for his dying brother. “When I heard that Jesus is the King of Kings and that Jesus is love, I decided to follow Him, even though this was the first time I had heard about Jesus,”

He then began to pray for healing for others. One person came to him with kidney stones. “He asked me if Jesus could help him. I said: ‘Jesus can help you, but I can’t.'”

“I prayed for him. At midnight, he had severe pain in his kidney. He had never experienced so much pain before. In a vision or a dream, a man with long hair and white clothes came to him and poured water on him and into his mouth – the more water he got into his mouth the better he felt.

“After the vision, he fell asleep and slept through the rest of the night. When he woke up the next morning and went to the toilet, the kidney stones were no longer there.”

Beun and other Christians travel to distribute Bibles, teach and hold worship meetings in other villages.

*name changed for security reasons