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Persecuted Christians

Radio interview with Providence Seminary Student/Alumnus









Christians around the world are persecuted everyday. Many face restrictions, violence, and death for their faith. Providence has a number of students serving in limited access countries, where it is illegal to practice the faith overtly. They are not allowed to witness, to worship openly, or to succeed socially or economically. They have taken seriously Jesus’ call to take up the cross and follow.

A Providence Seminary student/alumnus, who has a ministry in a limited access country, has been interviewed by the MCC. The fifteen-minute interview will air on Sunday, April 15, at 8:45 AM on the following Manitoba radio stations:

CFAM 950, Altona; AM 1250, Steinbach; and CJRB 1220 Boissevain.

Names have not been used in this news item to protect the identity of the student and ministry.


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