Our vision is to create a network of Pakistanis united in Christ, focused on better quality of life, fellowship and religious freedom for Christians in Pakistan and the UK.


Muslim extremist who shared vile-hate video targeting Christian converts will not be prosecuted

BACA though disappointed with the result commend Lancashire Police for their due diligence in an investigation of the hate-filled rant by Zaheer Hussain.  After initially being advised that there was no chance for a prosecution under existing hate crime legislation, progress was made after BPCA representatives attended an invite-only meeting held at Preston Police Station with Chief Inspector Sansbury, in July.  CI Sansbury maintained communication with BPCA after the meeting and explained that attempts were being made to challenge the CPS to register charges under a lesser offence.You can learn more about this (here) As a result of the discussion with Polic...

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Nutritious food for Bangkok Detainees

British Asian Christian Association, is continuing to provide monthly food packages to detainees at the Bangkok Immigration Detention Centre IDC.  Our food is shared between the Christian community and the non-Christians in their midst. During his delivery of the food packages our officer John prays with the Christians he meets and shares news and messages between detainees and the external community.  This ensures families and friends can keep in touch with one another to some extent, while also helping them to plan their future together despite the issues of separation. With each food package John includes a written b...

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Pakistani Christian accused of petty crime beaten to death whilst in police custody

A Christian family from Lahore demanded that authorities initiate an investigation into the death of a young Christian man named Amir Masih, who was killed whilst in police custody on September 3rd 2019. A First Information Report (FIR) has been lodged by the victim’s brother in which he describes slain Amir as being employed as a gardener in Lahore’s wealthy PAF Colony.  He has stated that Amir was summoned to North Cantt Police Station by Sub-Inspector Zeeshan on August 28th with other employees after a minor theft from his employers home.  Amir travelled to the police station of his own volition to give what he thought would be a quick...

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Wife Converts to Christianity: Family Face Death Threats & Deportation

L-R Warda, Mother Safiya, Father Abdul and son Saif in father's lapA former Muslim wife that converted to Christianity now faces deportation after receiving death threats from her family.Please sign our petition calling for freedom for Safiya and her family click (here) Safiya Ahmed Abdul Razzaq Wahed (41 yrs) first became interested in Christianity whilst training as a beautician, from her colleagues 21 years ago in Ajman, UAE. She was still secretly reading the bible when she married her family friend, and car accessory shop owner, Wahed Abdul (45 yrs), in 2002.   Her husband threatened to divorce his wife after she divulged her conversion to him but cha...

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Jesus Feeds Disabled Pastor

Jesus Feeds Disabled Pastor Born without the use of his hands or legs, Vemunuri Sunil Kumar was fed by Jesus and angels when he had a vision whilst depressed after refusing to eat.Relying on his elderly parents to feed him, Sunil has always been totally reliant on other people’s help and because of his disability was unable to attend school leaving him to be home schooled by his parents and siblings. Growing up in RTC Colony, L.B Nagar, Hyderabad, his interest in Jesus also grew whilst attending his local church and at the young age of 18 in 2010, he achieved his ambition and became a pastor. Doubts in his faith, a year later, would creep in when whispering voi...

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Meet our National Executive for Pakistan Mehwish Bhatti

Mehwish Bhatti on left as she presents bomb survivor Qaiser Pervaiz with a Rickshaw after he begins to restore his life after a miraculous recovery rom 85% burns in a hospital without a special burns unit. My name is Mehwish Bhatti and I am 30-year-old female from Pakistan, born in the city of Rawalpindi on 22 January 1989.    I was brought up a Catholic after being christened by a Catholic Priest at St. Joseph’s Cathedral and did my schooling at a missionary school known as Saint Anees Presentation Convent High School. I was an intelligent student and enjoyed going to school, participating in activities like Christmas dramas, ch...

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