A Sudanese Christian has fled the country after authorities in Khartoum threatened to kill him for refusing to provide names of converts from Islam, sources said,” reports Jeremy Reynalds, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service.
This is the country where we started Bible Skills Institutes over 6 years ago. We have trained hundreds of pastors with a two year accredited course. They have started hundreds of churches, admidst persecution and hardships.
According to a story by Morning Star News, the Christian, a native of Sudan's Juba Mountains area, was forced to leave his country after threats on his life. He left the country last month after officials from the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) forced him to report to their offices nearly every day since raiding his home on Feb. 23.
“His life was at great risk, especially as NISS threatened to kill him if he did not cooperate with them and reveal names of Muslim converts who became Christians in Sudan,” a source told Morning Star News. “He is in hiding in another country.”