Monthly Archives: October 2021

India: Pastors “paying the price” for rapid growth of Christianity among Saura people

According to researchers, the number of Christians among the Saura tribe of eastern India has increased from 2,000 30 years ago to more than 200,000 today, an estimated 60% of the Saura population. That growth has led to resentment and … Continue reading

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North Korea: Going low-tech to evade state surveillance

As the North Korean government implements its new anti-reactionary thought law, which promises even harsher punishments for anyone found accessing foreign content, a return to low-tech methods of information distribution is essential to protecting those who are distributing and receiving … Continue reading

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