Month: November 2015

Janelle P - Nov 21, 2015

What Could Closing The Door on Syrian Refugees Mean For Persecuted Christians?

Syrian refugees – and whether or not to welcome them to United States – have been the topic of a massive national debate over the past several days.

Kate Yates - Nov 19, 2015

Grace for Terrorists

This past weekend we were once again reminded that the enemy is alive and using evil to bring about fear, pain and hatred. Human instinct tells us we should fight back and that we are right to feel that way. But reality is that the only difference between us and them is God’s grace.

Brett Tarbell - Nov 12, 2015

Just In Case…

For Dilshod in Turkmenistan, this is no imaginary scenario; it happened to him last week.

Open Doors - Nov 10, 2015

Thank You For Not Forgetting About These Christians!

Your Gifts are needed more now than ever for vital unfunded projects.

Kristin Wright - Nov 06, 2015

Speak Out For Nigerian Christians – Open Doors Letter Writing Campaign

Because Nigeria’s new president, Muhammadu Buhari, has expressed a strong commitment to confront the violence of Boko Haram and protect religious freedom, we want to encourage him to do all that he can do to improve the situation for Christians in his country.

Janelle P - Nov 05, 2015

Update: Our Prayers for Batima Have Been Answered!

We know you’ve been following the story of Batima* with us. As a Kyrgyzstani believer who was beaten by her siblings for her faith in Jesus, her faith that has remained strong has been a true testimony to the gospel! We recently updated you about her recovery; she was healing well and staying at a safe house. Open Doors workers were grateful for the chance to be with her and pray for her needs. Unfortunately, her important personal documents were stolen by her siblings at the time of her attack, and we asked you to pray for these to be returned.