Praise and Prayer

Pray: Evangelical Christians in three separate Mexican villages have recently been threatened with imprisonment, expulsion from their homes, denial of access to water and electricity, and even death, according to Assist News Service. In Choapa, two recent evangelical converts were briefly imprisoned on two separate occasions and asked to deny their newfound faith in Jesus. Local authorities have ordered that six Christian families (40 people) have their water and electricity cut off and their homes and animals be burned. In Los Llanitos, town authorities formally declared the town's evangelicals would be expelled unless they agreed to participate in all Catholic festivals. Two Pentecostals were jailed for refusing to participate in the Santa Cruz festival. In San Nicolas, believers faced a June deadline to either renounce their faith or be forced to leave the area.

Pray: Evangelical Christians in three separate Mexican villages have recently been threatened with imprisonment, expulsion from their homes, denial of access to water and electricity, and even death, according to Assist News Service. In Choapa, two recent evangelical converts were briefly imprisoned on two separate occasions and asked to deny their newfound faith in Jesus. Local authorities have ordered that six Christian families (40 people) have their water and electricity cut off and their homes and animals be burned. In Los Llanitos, town authorities formally declared the town's evangelicals would be expelled unless they agreed to participate in all Catholic festivals. Two Pentecostals were jailed for refusing to participate in the Santa Cruz festival. In San Nicolas, believers faced a June deadline to either renounce their faith or be forced to leave the area.

Pray: Evangelical Christians in three separate Mexican villages have recently been threatened with imprisonment, expulsion from their homes, denial of access to water and electricity, and even death, according to Assist News Service. In Choapa, two recent evangelical converts were briefly imprisoned on two separate occasions and asked to deny their newfound faith in Jesus. Local authorities have ordered that six Christian families (40 people) have their water and electricity cut off and their homes and animals be burned. In Los Llanitos, town authorities formally declared the town's evangelicals would be expelled unless they agreed to participate in all Catholic festivals. Two Pentecostals were jailed for refusing to participate in the Santa Cruz festival. In San Nicolas, believers faced a June deadline to either renounce their faith or be forced to leave the area.