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 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.
Married a mere six months, Lalisa was only eighteen when she lost her husband, Debela Mergesa. On October 1, 2012, radical extremists attacked and killed the thirty year old teacher whose zeal for the Gospel will always be remembered.
Write a letter to our Persecuted brother in Ethiopia
Early one Friday morning David U, a church leader, had just left a believers home when extremists confronted him and attacked him.
Pastor Abdi Welli and a fellow pastor were suddenly attacked and shot in broad daylight in Northeastern Kenya on February 7, 2013. Though rushed to the hospital, pastor Welli died en route, leaving his wife, Hellen widowed, and three sons; Christopher (13) and twins Eli and Samuel (11), without a father.