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.
Children locked up in cages after a Thai immigration raid in 2017. The British Asian Christian Association (BACA) have a proud tradition of helping persecuted Christians in Pakistan and what we are now seeing are more and more families relocating to Thailand for a safer life only to find themselves no better off. John Jahanzaib, our representative in Bangkok, tells about three such families he went to visit. Family 1 A suspect in the murder of two Muslim men following the 2015 Yohannabad twin suicide bomb attack, is under arrest from the Thai immigration department after fleeing there for refuge from his accusers. Adnan Masih ...Read More
An Indian Pastor who converted from Hinduism 5 years ago, seeking to build a community hall in Kaithal District, Haryana that would also serve to provide Sunday Church services, has received serious threats and blasphemy allegations from the local Hindu Community. Mobs in their thousands twice disrupted and delayed building work despite the Pastor having planning permission and local court approval. In April 2019 Pastor Sunil (28 yrs) an affiliate of Ezra Academy Ministries bought a plot of land from his Hindu Neighbour in the village of Karsa by saving money from his small business of selling straw. After a few months after gaining planning ...Read More
L-R Mehwish Bhatti (National Executive BACA), Father of Nabeel Masih Amanat Masih and his brother Wakeel Masih. A teenage boy sentenced to 10 years in jail for posting a picture of a pig's head on top of the Kabba says reading the Bible in Urdu has helped him spiritually. He keeps himself busy throughout the monotous years in a dingy Pakistani cell by 'praying and reading God's word." Nabeel Masih from the small village Chak 66, Bhai Pheru, District Kasur, says the regular reading of the Urdu bible is a skill he acquired through the perseverance of his parents. All Christian parents teach their children to read the Bible, they may ne...Read More
The survivor of a brutal gang rape at gun point, has found happiness from the depths of despair when she married Shahid Masih (22 yrs). Farzana (21 yrs), slowly rebuilt her life after being attacked as a teenager along with her younger sister Sehrish, thanks to counselling sessions from BACA representative, Mehwish Bhatti which helped her understand the Biblical importance of marriage. Shahid, a professional driver, accepted his bride with full knowledge of her tragic ordeal and full of love for his precious wife. This is quite a bold response in Pakistan were honor culture has infected even the minds of Christians, however many churches are ...Read More
Image L-R niece of Maria, Maria Jalal, Mehwish Bhatti BACA National Executive and mother Nasreen JalalBritish Asian Christian Association is moving a Christian teenager rape survivor and their family to a safe house and is launching a legal battle to get justice, after the 15 year old was brutally gang-raped for over 24 hours by 5 men. Please sign our petition to improve the identity parade protocol for vulnerable witnesses and to review existing laws and practices to reduce rape and kidnap (click here). Maria Jalal is alone in the house when she hears a knock at the door. It is 4pm and standing there is Mohammad Sajjid (25 yrs) of the Akh...Read More