Prayer is not preparation for the battle; prayer is the battle
– Brother Andrew
Our Prayer Calendar is published once a month along with our Newsletter – Frontline Faith. Take time each day to lift up the prayer request given for that day. Contact Open Doors and request free copy of the Monthly Prayer Calendar for your church
Strengthening Persecuted Believers "One prayer at a time". Download the PDF provided here below for additional information. Get in touch with us if you would like to go deeper and learn more.
Live like a North Korean is a free resource, packed with daily prayers and reflections to connect you with your persecuted North Korean family. But what makes this resource different is that it also challenges you to live like a North Korean. These actions cannot replicate the reality, but they can with prayerful reflection, provide a window into the world of North Korean Christians.
Be encouraged in your faith and bless your persecuted brothers and sisters as you Live like a North Korean.
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Open Doors Canada will be participating in Mission Fest across Canada. Look for us and say hi! We would love to see you.
Vancouver: January 26-28
Winnipeg: February 2-4
Edmonton: February 23-25
Halifax: March 23-25
Please pray for our arrested brothers in a Central Asian country. They had gathered together for a prayer meeting, and were arrested for 15 days under the charge of organizing illegal meetings. Their wives are fined the amount of $857 for each. During last several months they have been arrested four times already - which means the local authorities can make a serious criminal process this time round, and the punishment could be harder. Pray that they would be released. Pray that the authorities would be tolerant towards Christians.
Please continue to uphold Aasiya bibi from Pakistan in prayer. There is no new news about her case, but we know that as the days add up, may her faith continue to stand strong. Please recall that Aasiya was sentenced to death by a Pakistani court for allegedly blaspheming the prophet Mohammed when she was having an argument with local Muslim women, who didn't allow her to draw water from the well. She has been imprisoned since 2009. She was sentenced to death by a court. This verdict was first upheld and later suspended by a higher court (July 2015).
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