Vietnam Imprisons Christians Squashing Religious Freedom

Vietnam has sentenced a Christian human rights lawyer and a Protestant pastor to long prison terms for speaking out for the rights of religious minorities in this Communist nation with a majority Buddhist population. Click here for the story.

How Cross International is making an impact

Strict laws against evangelism pose a great challenge to those who wish to tell their Vietnamese neighbors about Jesus, but Cross is working with Vietnam’s Christians to reach the lost in other ways. By meeting the material needs of the poor, Christians are able to attract nonbelievers to local churches and facilitate opportunities to share the Gospel. As a result, negative attitudes toward Christianity begin to change, and churches are given more freedom to impact their communities.

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Kids drinking from water well

Clean water helps communities thrive

Cross International is proud to partner with the Project Princess Initiative to support girls in Uganda, helping them stay in school to gain a complete education and valuable training. Through working with these girls and their communities, our goal is to invest in a bright future for this nation, which offers a fascinating cultural experience to fill the senses with tastes, sights, and sounds not soon forgotten.

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Uganda Landscape

The Sights and Sounds of Uganda’s culture

Cross International is proud to partner with the Project Princess Initiative to support girls in Uganda, helping them stay in school to gain a complete education and valuable training. Through working with these girls and their communities, our goal is to invest in a bright future for this nation, which offers a fascinating cultural experience to fill the senses with tastes, sights, and sounds not soon forgotten.

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