From our CEO: February 2020
  • 28 January 2020

Dear Friends, Triumphant joy over adversity, and staying the course, is the message emanating from our stories in this edition. Adversity takes many forms and none more than having ongoing medical challenges and struggles, in addition to spiritual ones. I am constantly encouraged by fellow believers in persecuted countries as they display extreme discipline in […]

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From our CEO: January 2020
  • 31 December 2019

Dear Friends, As we enter a new year, current circumstances in our troubled world urge us to pray and act. Persecuted believers whom we serve, receive as much help and support as we can provide, and this often extends to their physical well-being. Our brothers and sisters in restricted nations including Vietnam, Egypt, Jordan and […]

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Caring for the Persecuted in Nigeria
  • 31 December 2019

Nigeria is sharply divided along religious lines with a Muslim-dominated north. Nearly all Christians in north-eastern Nigeria have lost family members to Boko Haram and Islamic militant Fulani violence. Thousands of Christians remain in camps designated for internally displaced people (IDP). These camps are rife with disease and human rights violations, most especially against women […]

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Providing Medical and Spiritual Care in Egypt
  • 31 December 2019

Voice of the Martyrs, together with our partners in Egypt, is funding mobile medical clinics for Christians suffering from persecution and poverty in Egypt. This specialised medical project provides much-needed assistance for five villages, where Christians, including Muslim background believers (MBBs), face discrimination and oppression in Muslim-dominated areas. The medical team includes specialists in abdominal, […]

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Caring for Released Prisoners
  • 31 December 2019

Vietnam has a repressive communist government, which actively persecutes Christians. Minority tribal groups, such as the Hmong, typically face the most violent and severe forms of persecution. In the recent past, the government has used imprisonment of believers as a way of oppressing the church. The most common reasons for imprisonment have included preaching the […]

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Ali’s Story
  • 31 December 2019

Life was tough for Ali even as a Muslim in Syria but when he was forced to flee seven years ago, he found Christ. Ali was living in a town in Syria where known terrorists with links to Islamic State were also residing; in fact, he had even rejected their invitation to join them. One […]

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