We seeks to unite Christians worldwide by connecting them with each other. 100 million Christians around the globe are currently suffering for their faith, and we need YOU to stand with them in their suffering through your letters. We will take the letters that you write and deliver them to those who are imprisoned, hiding, grieving, or struggling with their faith.
Write a letter to our persecuted brother in Colombia
Though orphaned on January 7, 2013 with the murder of his mother, teenager Hernán Castillo has committed his life to serving Jesus. He says that things are still difficult, but is grateful that his feelings of sorrow and revenge have been replaced with faith, peace and forgiveness.
WRITE TO HERNAN CASTILLO
Write a letter to children in Colombia
No one wants to think that we live in a world where children would be targeted by criminals, but that is exactly the situation in Colombia. Children are often abducted by civil war guerilla groups. The children of Christian leaders are at particularly high risk.
WRITE TO COLOMBIAN CHILDREN
Write a letter to the Kemede family
A mob broke into the home of Motuma Kemede, at night, on August 17, 2013, killing him with machetes in plain view of his wife Busa & eight children. This happened in a remote village in the Hareto district, Oromia State of Western Ethiopia. His wife is left to care for her eight children.
WRITE TO THE KEMEDE FAMILY
Write a letter to Claris Mathole
Trusting God when her world has been shattered; trusting that there is a way, when there seems no way, Claris Mathole's faith is an inspiration as the devastated widow from Mombasa, Kenya, comes to terms with the senseless murder of her husband Pastor Charles Mathole inside their Redeemed Gospel Church in Mtopanga.
WRITE TO CLARIS MATHOLE
Write a letter to the Kithaka family
Late in October, 2013, Pastor Ibrahim Kithaka was brutally murdered and his body dumped in the bush near Madamani trading center in Vitegeni. He had been Senior Pastor and District Overseer of the East Africa Pentecostal Church.
WRITE TO THE KITHAKA FAMILY
Write a letter to Fidencio Hernandez & Family
Once a proud Catholic, Fidencio, when stricken with illness, received no care from his church. He was visited, finally, by a pastor from a nearby town.
WRITE TO FIDENCIO HERNANDEZ & FAMILY
Write a letter to Pastor Umar Mulinde & family
On Christmas Eve 2011, two men threw acid into Pastor Umar Mulinde's face as he was leaving church after the evening service.
WRITE TO PASTOR UMAR MULINDE & FAMILY