Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world. What does it mean for us to be members of that same suffering body?


About this Event

Guest speakers
Muntaha Lajeen

Muntaha was formerly a school principal in Mosul, Iraq. She was forced to leave Iraq in 2014 along with approximately 2 million others when ISIS unexpectedly invaded the area. As a Christian, she was faced with a choice: pay the Jizyah (tax for non-Muslims), convert to Islam or leave. Muntaha recounts how, God in his faithfulness, took her out of her worldly comfort, in order that she would come to know Him more personally.

Dr Reginald Zahiruddin

Dr Zahiruddin is a distinguished medical doctor and general surgeon, who grew up in Hyderabad, Pakistan. In December 2007, he was kidnapped by the Taliban. Dr Zahiruddin has worked in Christian hospitals as a doctor and evangelist for 25 years, his story is both encouraging and challenging.

Hosted by: Voice of the Martyrs

Remember the prisoners as if chained with them – those who are mistreated – since you yourself are in the body also” Hebrews 13:3 (NKJV).

Millions of Christians face significant levels of persecution for Christ.

Join us as we explore what that means for you and me, to be members of that same body.

Cost: Entry is free

Dinner: $3 or $5 with a can of soft drink

Join us for this night of worship, testimony and teaching, as we partner with the suffering body of Christ.


“When I was beaten on the bottom of the feet, my tongue cried. Why did my tongue cry? It was not beaten. It cried because the tongue and feet are both part of the same body. And you free Christians are part of the same Body of Christ that is now beaten in prisons in restricted nations, that even now gives martyrs for Christ. Can you not feel our pain?

– Voice of the Martyrs founder Richard Wurmbrand.

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