In Africa, Christians Are in the Flames of Persecution—and On Fire for Jesus

Al Janssen - Jun 13, 2019

Making Eye Contact With God

A day spent praying with persecuted believers and Brother Andrew reminds us that we are truly one body and one family.

Lindy Lowry - Jun 12, 2019

Your faith or your children–father faces impossible choice in North Africa

In North Africa, Ibrahim met Jesus. The husband and father of two has paid a high price for telling his family about his newfound faith.

Lindy Lowry - Jun 11, 2019

‘Leave or Be Killed’—Boko Haram Issues Warning to Christians in Niger

The Islamic extremist group Boko Haram has issued a deadly warning to Christians in Niger in the Diffa region.

Lindy Lowry - Jun 06, 2019

50+ Tied Up, Executed in Central African Republic Massacres

An armed attack in the northwestern Central African Republic (CAR) left more than 50 residents dead and many more wounded.

Al Janssen - Jun 05, 2019

Ten Million Copies—And the Power of One!

The impact of God’s Smuggler stretches far beyond copies sold to countless lives and eternities changed.

Lindy Lowry - Jun 04, 2019

30 More Christians Arrested in Eritrea—Renounce Your Faith or Go to Jail

The crackdown on Christians in Eritrea continues as 30 more are arrested throughout Asmara.

Christopher Summers - Jun 04, 2019

7 Things You Should Know About Boko Haram

Boko Haram recently went door-to-door killing Christians in Nigeria. Who are they and what do they want?

Lindy Lowry - Jun 03, 2019

‘Jesus is My Savior, My God’: Saudi Muslim’s Defiant Search for Jesus Leads to New Life

After having increasing doubts about Islam, the religion he had known all his life in Saudi Arabia, Mohammed began looking for truth online.

Lindy Lowry - Jun 02, 2019

Jailed, Hunted, Abandoned by His Tribe—Somali Believer Follows Jesus Through the Fire

Saying “yes” to Jesus in East Africa costs a Somali believer his family, his tribe and his livelihood.

Lindy Lowry - May 31, 2019

A Voice for the Persecuted Church—Is It You?

When Open Doors Founder Brother Andrew returned from his first visit behind the Iron Curtain in July 1955, he hadn’t been home a week before the invitations began to come in. “Churches, clubs, civic groups, schools; everybody wanted to know about life behind the Iron Curtain,” he shares in God’s Smuggler. He goes on to […]