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11 Christians are killed every day … today, we remember them

11 Christians are killed every day … today, we remember them

Today is Sunday, and like many of you, I’ll be spending the morning the way I do most weeks — meeting with other believers and worshipping freely. But for many Christians, this simple privilege of Sunday worship is not a reality. For some, attending a service can even...
These persecuted believers are my role models in the faith

These persecuted believers are my role models in the faith

My faith has been completely transformed because of the Christians I have met around the world. Twenty-eight years ago, World Help was founded … and it all began with a Bible. Back in 1991, I was told about a need — a need for Bibles in Russia and other parts of...
Forced to choose: Renounce God or thirst

Forced to choose: Renounce God or thirst

Even though he lived in a world of complete darkness, Neil found the light of the Gospel. Neil became blind at age 8, isolating him from the bright and colorful world around him. But, despite his disability, he found joy in music. He became a talented musician and...
How to talk to your kids about persecution: South Asia

How to talk to your kids about persecution: South Asia

Sometimes the best way to explain a situation is through telling a story. Stepping into someone else’s shoes and viewing the world through their eyes helps us empathize with their situation. And on International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, telling a story...
An expectant mother pays the ultimate price

An expectant mother pays the ultimate price

The massacre lasted for five hours. Esther listened from the makeshift outhouse as she hid behind the door. “Convert or be killed!” shouted Boko Haram militants. Their commands were followed by screams, the popping of machine guns, and the smell of burning flesh and...
Teaching your kids to pray for persecuted children in North Korea

Teaching your kids to pray for persecuted children in North Korea

When I was a child, I liked to hide. I’d build a fort out of blankets, slip underneath my parents’ desk, or sit in the back of the linen closet to color, play with my dolls, and just be by myself. But for the children of Christians living in North Korea, hiding is not...
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