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Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Every year, more than 100,000 Christians are killed for reasons related to their faith. Broken down, that means approximately 11 believers are killed every hour for following Christ. According to the International Society for Human rights, “Eighty percent of all acts...

Persecution Stories | Christians of Far-East Asia

North Korea is considered the world’s most oppressed country . . . and the most dangerous place in the world for a Christian. In the last 50 years, 300,000 North Korean Christians have disappeared and are believed to be dead. Today, about 100,000 North Korean...

Persecution Stories | Christians of Nigeria

The drone of approaching vehicles sent a wave of panic over the congregation of Nigerians packed into the village church. Their voices loud with worship instantaneously fell to hushed prayers. Recent attacks against Christians in northern Nigeria had put them on edge....

Persecution Stories | Christians of Eritrea

Situated between Sudan and Yemen, Eritrea is immersed in a radius notoriously hostile to Christians. In fact, the country ranks 10th on the World Watch List of Christian persecution. Protestant Christians in Eritrea attend every church service knowing it may be their...

Pray With Us for the Persecuted Church

Sunday, November 11 is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. I encourage you to share the plight of persecuted Christians with your church and community by downloading our specialized prayer bulletin. Also, please consider how you can provide...
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