Sometimes a testimony from a brother or sister halfway across the world grabs you by the heart and won’t let go. And you know you can’t do anything right then but drop to your knees and pray. That is the case with Amiel*, a young man in Central Asia.
In these strange and shifting times, it can be easy to give in to fear and anxiety. The good news is that our God never changes! He is the rock upon whom we can build our faith and our certainty. This is something our persecuted church family knows plenty about-and we need to learn from their stories and their faith now more than ever. Here are some lessons that can help us to navigate these uncertain times.
Through the support of the supporters, Open Doors has been smuggling Bibles into some of the most dangerous countries around the world for over 65 years.
Kazakh authorities have charged Shanyrak Church after individual members allegedly made comments about the Muslim community. A church representative said, “This is a very serious charge with difficult, big consequences.”
Your generosity has enabled Christians in Central Asia to help on the frontline in battling Covid-19 – and it’s leading to remarkable opportunities to share about Jesus. Read on to find out more and your role in it.
Dear prayer warriors, again we must ask your prayer support for our persecuted sisters. It’s difficult to see how many women got in trouble across the world, because they believe in Jesus, their family and community are totally not accepting this. And even beat, abduct our beloved sisters.