International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted

Lindy Lowry - Nov 16, 2018

10 Questions Answered About Asia Bibi’s Current Situation

Media reports have distributed often conflicting information surrounding Asia Bibi and her family’s plight to leave Pakistan. Here, our field answers some of the most frequently asked questions.

Lindy Lowry - Nov 15, 2018

A Church Under Fire–in Pakistan, Christians Are Daily Targets

In Pakistan, Christians are daily targets—measuring only 2 percent compared to the 96 percent Muslim majority.

Lindy Lowry - Nov 07, 2018

BREAKING: Asia Bibi Leaves Pakistani Prison–Open Doors Calls for Urgent Prayer

A week after Asia Bibi was acquitted of blasphemy charges, news sources are reporting the Christian woman who spent eight years on death row has reportedly left the area with her family.

Christopher Summers - Nov 02, 2018

BREAKING: At Least 7 Killed in Attack on Christians in Egypt

At least seven Christians have died and an additional 12 injured in Egypt today after a violent attack on a group of Coptic pilgrims.

Robert Kenna - Nov 01, 2018

Will Asia Bibi’s Release Launch a New Wave of Christian Persecution In Pakistan?

Protests from Islamic extremists over Asia Bibi’s release are widespread in Pakistan.

Lindy Lowry - Oct 31, 2018

5 Things Christians Need to Know About Asia Bibi and the Church in Pakistan

With Asia’s release comes the threat of persecution of all Christians in Pakistan where Muslim extremists wage war against anyone who turns from Islam.

Robert Kenna - Oct 31, 2018

Asia Bibi: Pakistani Christian on Death Row for Blasphemy Released from Prison

We praise God for the Supreme Court’s release of Asia Bibi in Pakistan today!

Lindy Lowry - Oct 29, 2018

Stand With 300K Christians in North Korea on Nov. 4 for International Day of Prayer

For the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, Open Doors is standing with North Korean believers and persecuted Christians around the world.

Lindy Lowry - Oct 25, 2018

The Secret and Surprising Ways Christians Worship in North Korea

Today, hundreds of thousands of Christians in North Korea’s underground church, estimated at 300,000, find secret ways to worship Jesus and follow Him.

Lindy Lowry - Oct 25, 2018

Why Does Kim Jong-Un Pretend to Care About Christianity?

Is Kim Jong Un’s invitation to the Pope part of a culture known for its penchant to create facades in an attempt to tell a radically different story than the truth that has been credibly reported for decades?