Category: Christian Community Restoration

Lindy Lowry - Jul 03, 2018

3,000+ Displaced From Nigeria Attacks–Open Doors Rushes Critical Relief

Open Doors is present, on the ground, partnering with indigenous churches to bring aid to 3,000+ people displaced in Nigeria attacks.

Brian - Dec 11, 2017

The Children We Must Not Forget

The wise words of Jesus in Matthew 19:14 remind us of the importance of fostering healthy environments for children to thrive in—and this includes the children of the persecuted Church.

Joshua Pease - Nov 23, 2017

Thanksgiving From Aleppo: “You Are Giving Us Hope!”

In war-torn Aleppo, Syria’s largest city, your support is giving struggling families the needed supplies and will to live during economic crisis.

Janelle P - Nov 21, 2017

5 Pastors in Iraq and Syria Speak Out: What Can We Learn From Their Faith?

We’ve had the privilege of bringing you the words and prayers of stalwart leaders of churches in Iraq and Syria–those who have endured and persevered through unimaginable terror and persecution and are now rebuilding the walls.

Lindy Lowry - Nov 03, 2017

5 Ways to Pray for Those Who Persecute

Scripture is clear. God is the creator and Savior of everyone. That includes persecutors.

Brian - Aug 01, 2017

Anne Graham Lotz, the Eclipse and Repentance

Whether this eclipse signals judgment for America is hard to say—who can know the mind of God?

Janelle P - Jun 29, 2016

Will Brexit Affect Refugees?

The term ‘Brexit’ has been hopping around our social media feeds and conversations with friends. In case you haven’t heard of it, it is an abbreviation for ‘British exit’ and refers to the referendum of the UK’s membership of the European Union. The world has been weighing in on the debate: should the UK remain a member of the European Union or not? Will this change affect refugees?

Janelle P - Jun 22, 2016

Community Restoration

Can you remember the last time a part of your community was destroyed? Acts of nature. Vandalism. Old construction. These all can cause a community’s important landmarks and buildings to be destroyed. For most of our communities, insurance covers the damages, and soon there is a newer, shinier building in its place.

Janelle P - Jun 21, 2016

Join With Us On #WorldRefugeeDay

Today, June 20, is National Refugee Day; a day filled with those committing to help the most vulnerable in their most trying and unjust days. Christians that have fled from ISIS are now facing food and water shortages, harsh living conditions and no home to call their own…

Open Doors - Apr 15, 2016

Two Years of #BringBackOurGirls

Are they alive? If so, where are they, how are they and how have they spent each one of the 730 days since they were taken?