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May28

Iraqi Refugee Children Share Their Dreams of Hope

A few Iraqi children, who had to flee their homes in the summer of 2014, are receiving counseling through Open Doors. They were asked to draw their dreams, and a 13-year-old drew this and said, “I dream of becoming an architect and go back to my city and rebuild it.”
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May27

Open Doors Supporters Advocate on Capitol Hill

Last week in Washington, D.C., Open Doors supporters from around the country gathered to participate in a day on Capitol Hill advocating on behalf of persecuted Christians.      
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May26

India: One Year Anniversary of Modi’s Election

One year ago, the Bharatiya Janata Party, led by Narendra Modi, won control of India’s national government. Anti-Christian harassment, sometimes deadly, continues on a daily basis, and has intensified in ways not always seen in official statistics. A campaign of Ghar Vapsi—the return of Christian converts to Hinduism—has begun, and BJP politicians are promoting the long-shot idea of a national anti-conversion law.
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May22

The Body of Christ

Working with Open Doors has shown me what the church, the Body and Bride of Christ, really looks like. Since joining the organization, I realized how big the church is; I noticed how connected we are to each other, and these words of Christ began sinking in more than ever: “By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:35 ESV)
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May21

The Rohingya People: Starving Migrants Await their Fate

The Rohingya people of Myanmar are again in the news for unpleasant reasons - a ship full of starving migrants has made its way to Thai shores only to be shunned by the Thai government. The Thai Navy helped fix the ship's engine, but they still left the people at sea. No country wants the Rohingyas, except maybe the Philippines, whose government declared an openness to receive the 3,000 refugees at sea. These people, however, are stuck in the ocean with no provisions and hardly any strength left.
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