• 13 November 2016

“Suffering is not a new truth, it is an old truth.” — Sarah Liu, imprisoned and tortured for her Christian witness.  This Sunday, 13 November 2016 is the International Day of Prayer for the persecuted church. Christians from around the globe will set aside time to honour, remember, and pray for our persecuted family. I […]

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Prayer: The Life Blood of Persecuted Christians
  • 10 October 2016

In the hours leading up to Jesus’ arrest, He went to Gethsemane with His disciples, feeling “overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death” (Matthew 26:38). Jesus, knowing what was about to come upon him, turned to prayer. Prayer was his connection with the Father, and we too can share in this intimacy. The Apostle […]

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Letters for Philippines
  • 26 May 2016

  When I meet persecuted Christians they often say, “Don’t forget us”! How could I? Each one of the people I meet leaves an imprint in my mind. Their testimonies strengthen, challenge and encourage my faith in the Lord, and years after meeting them I continue to remember them. However, I think we can do […]

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Prayer and Obedience, Not Fear and Guilt
  • 14 March 2016

I’m your average young American. I grew up in a house with four bedrooms and plenty of food to eat every day. I worked hard in high school to get into a good college, and my parents taught me to treat others with kindness and respect. I love going to the movies, coffee is an […]

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NIGER: Christian Community Still Rebuilding After Riots
  • 28 January 2016

January marked the anniversary of shocking riots that blazed across Niger in 2015 when radicalised Muslim mobs targeted Christian property, burned churches, looted pastors’ homes, and created a picture of hell on earth for the country’s tiny Christian minority. On 16 and 17 January, angry protests erupted across all of Niger’s major cities, from the […]

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