Poverty

Creating a Christian underclass

In countries where the church is persecuted, Christians are often poor, lower-class people. There are several reasons for this. In Pakistan for example, the Christian minority largely comes from lower caste Hindus who converted to Christianity while the country was under British rule. In modern Pakistan, they remain largely working class, with some groups working as virtual slaves in fields

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BTJ in Somalia

Somalia is a nation with no churches and no known active ministries in legal operation. It also has a lack of natural resources like diamonds, oil, or nickel. As a result, it is a forgotten nation. It seems that most of the world has forgotten that it exists. Children are starving, people are suffering, and the nation is constantly suffering

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