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How you can help persecuted Christians
Every November, Christians recognize International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. But our suffering brothers and sisters need our prayers and support all year-round.
On this website, you’ll find resources to keep you informed about the specific needs of Christians living in some of the most persecuted nations on earth.
One of the most powerful ways you can stand with persecuted believers is through prayer. Pray these brave men, women, and children will …
- Stay strong in their faith even when it is hard
- Demonstrate God’s love to their persecutors
- Continue to boldly proclaim the Gospel to others
For $50, you also can help meet the most urgent physical needs of a persecuted Christian. You will help provide aid such as legal assistance, food, medical care for those who have been assaulted, and relocation costs for families who are no longer safe at home.
Persecution Around the Globe
What does the Gospel mean to them?
When you think about the power of the Gospel, you probably imagine the impact it’s had on your life. Maybe... View Article
Stand with your persecuted brothers and sisters
Our Christian brothers and sisters are under attack. Global persecution against Christ-followers is at an all time high. In fact,... View Article
What’s your most precious belonging?
If my apartment were on fire and I could save only one belonging, I wouldn’t grab my Bible. I would... View Article
Iraqi refugees stuck in limbo
“We were trapped.” Saeed’s voice grew quiet as he recalled the months he spent inside ISIS-controlled Mosul. “We didn’t have... View Article
Persecuted Iraqis: “Our Faith Sustains Us”
Sufyan and his family of 12 live in one small, unfurnished home in Shaqlawa, a community hidden deep in the mountains of Northern Iraq. Here, 250 displaced families of believers—over 1,000 people in total—are struggling to survive. Up to five families live in a single home together. Many have been forced to flee ISIS multiple times and finally, for the meantime, found sanctuary here.
Send the peace of God’s Word to Nigeria and beyond
“My name is Pastor Peter,” the letter begins. He goes on to explain how he has pastored in his home... View Article
How the prayers of two secret churches were answered
In the early morning light, a small group of North Korean believers meets on the riverbank, lugging their fishing gear... View Article
I Am a Persecuted Christian
Nadal and her husband knew it was only a matter of time before ISIS descended upon their village just outside of Qaraqosh. As Christians, they knew they couldn’t stay in the area. They had heard of the atrocities ISIS had committed against other Christ followers. Nadal shuddered when she thought of what had happened to children the same age as her own three daughters.
Why You Should Care About Persecuted Christians
I’ll be the first to admit it. I’m well informed about the horrific atrocities Christians are facing around the world... View Article
Four Ways Your Church Can Help Persecuted Christians
Millions of Christians are facing persecution on a daily basis . . . some from the government, some from extremists,... View Article