Millions of Christians are facing persecution on a daily basis . . . some from the government, some from extremists, and even some by neighbors or family members. In the wake of persecution, many families are forced to flee their homes. When faced with the increasing realities of global persecution, it is easy to feel helpless, not knowing how to get involved or intervene for the faithful Christians who are boldly standing in their faith in Jesus Christ. But there is hope for these persecuted Christians as they remain faithful, and we can provide our support in numerous ways. As the body of Christ, we can join together on November 4, the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, to stand with our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. We want to share five ways you and your church community can get involved. Join with your congregation to... View Article

You can help persecuted Christians