Abeba (centre) fled from Eritrea to Ethiopia with her four children after her husband Endryas, a member of the Kale Hiwot Church, died in detention. He had been deprived of his insuiin medication. The children are (from left): Luwam (14), Nahom (16), and the twins Heaven (10) and Hewan (10). Photo: Release International)

Abeba (centre) fled from Eritrea to Ethiopia with her four children after her husband Endryas, a member of the Kale Hiwot Church, died in detention. He had been deprived of his insuiin medication. The children are (from left): Luwam (14), Nahom (16), and the twins Heaven (10) and Hewan (10). Photo: Release International)

Atlanta, Georgia (NIM) December 5, 2009 –  Reliable sources in Eritrea have recently apprised Nehemiah International Ministry (NIM), that thirty women from Faith Mission have been jailed while they were conducting worship service in arcane on December 5, 2009 at about 4PM local time. Faith Mission is one of the banned churches in Eritrea, and it has been in inexistence since 1950. Members of NIM are deeply disturbed by the news coming from Eritrea.

Atlanta, Georgia (NIM) December 5, 2009 –  Reliable sources in Eritrea have recently apprised Nehemiah International Ministry (NIM), that thirty women from Faith Mission have been jailed while they were conducting worship service in arcane on December 5, 2009 at about 4PM local time. Faith Mission is one of the banned churches in Eritrea, and it has been in inexistence since 1950. Members of NIM are deeply disturbed by the news coming from Eritrea.