Month: September 2018

Lindy Lowry - Sep 20, 2018

‘In an Iranian Prison, God Used Me—and a Muslim Imam—to Bring Others to Him’

Mojtaba’s story is an important reminder of the importance of praying with our brothers and sisters whom God is using in miraculous ways in the darkest of places–even an Iranian prison.

Lindy Lowry - Sep 18, 2018

Boko Haram Threatens to Kill Leah Sharibu—Open Doors Calls for Urgent Prayer

Open Doors is calling for urgent prayer as news breaks of Boko Haram’s threat to kill kidnapped Nigerian Christian teenager Leah Sharibu and three other hostages.

Lindy Lowry - Sep 18, 2018

What Does Third Inter-Korean Summit Mean for 300,000 Persecuted Christians?

What do the upcoming summit in North Korea and these ongoing discussions mean for the 300,000 Christians who are forced to keep their faith a secret?

Lindy Lowry - Sep 17, 2018

80 Lashes and Other Brutal Sentences for Being a Christian in Iran–Pray With These 21 Prisoners

In Iran, being part of a house church is an inevitable invitation to arrest often followed by a prison sentence.

Lindy Lowry - Sep 13, 2018

Iranian Christian to Authorities: ‘My Imprisonment Will Further the Gospel’

Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh, an Iranian convert to Christianity serving 10 years in prison for “missionary activities,” has written an open letter to Iranian authorities, asking how his Christian activities could be perceived as anti-state.

Lindy Lowry - Sep 10, 2018

Prison, Torture and Radical Persecution—Why This Country Is the Modern-Day Book of Acts

Like the early church of Acts that expanded exponentially in the face of persecution, the persecuted church of Iran is also multiplying and seeing explosive growth.