Worldwide millions of Christians are persecuted for their faith in Jesus Christ. Every year Open Doors publishes the World Watch List to focus the world’s attention on the 50 countries where Christians are persecuted the most.
Paul Estabrooks recently retired after 38 years of ministry with Open Doors. First serving at the founder director at OD Canada and then with ODI.
The suffering of Christians around the world is often ignored, but NOT by God! Are you prepared to hear their cry and stand with these followers of Jesus?
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All over the world Christians are paying a huge price to have true freedom in Jesus! They are willing to put in prison and even give their lives rather than giving up their faith.
The war in Syria has torn the country apart, providing extremists to target Christians. Churches have been destroyed, Christians have been forced to flee and the war rages on.
Open Doors produces the annual World Watch List which ranks the top 50 countries where it is most difficult to practice Christian faith. This video highlights the top five countries on the World Watch List - 2017
There are no individual Christians anywhere in the world, those who follow Jesus are in the Body of Christ. Some extraordinary happens with believers come together in prayer meetings, discipleship training, Bible studies, worship and even in prison cells.
In 1955, a young Dutch missionary went on a group tour to Poland, at that time a part of the Soviet bloc. There he discovered a remnant of the Body of Christ desperately in need of Bibles, support and prayer.
A simple letter to an imprisoned follower of Christ can bring encouragement and hope at just the right time! Find out how you can put pen to paper and make a difference to one of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
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This video gives us a glimpse of the shattered lives of persecuted Iraqi Christians who have been displaced by the violence and terrorism in their homeland.