A Sudanese woman who became a Christian while working in Indonesia was forced out of her Muslim family’s home and told to never return after they learned about her conversion.Persecution watchdog group International Christian Concern shared Risma’s story on Wednesday, explaining that she initially moved to Jakarta to work as a shopkeeper. “One Sunday, Risma felt a strong urge to go to church.
This was especially unusual for Risma, since she was a Muslim and never went to church. For some reason, she went anyway that day,” ICC reports. Risma shared that she felt “God’s presence” upon walking into the church. “Suddenly, she began sobbing, but in spite of the tears she felt overwhelmed with peace and joy like she had never felt before. She had no idea what this meant, but she knew something was different. She knew her life was changing,” the group added. READ MORE