Uniting Others In Prayer
A New Opportunity to Make a Difference
As a reader connected with our base in the states, you may feel disconnected with our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world.
Is there anything you could do that would make a difference? Could your actions really affect the lives of the persecuted?
Of course, as someone who reads Open Doors updates and prays for the persecuted church, you know that the answer to these questions is YES! If you’re ready for it, we have a unique opportunity that we’d love to share with you. It’s a new volunteer role we’re calling the Prayer Group Leader. Interested?
What Prayer Group Leaders Do
The number one thing persecuted Christians ask for is prayer, and Scripture tells us they are strengthened through our prayers (Eph. 3:16).
The problem is, most Christians in the United States don’t even know that Christians around the world are being killed, locked up, beaten and kicked out of their homes and more due to their love of Jesus. How can Americans pray for them if they don’t know what they’re facing?
There is nothing more powerful than a group of believers praying together. By leading a group in prayer for the persecuted church, you can make a major difference—not only in the lives of the persecuted, but also for the members of your group as they stand in prayer with our brothers and sisters around the world.
We’d love to have you join us as a prayer group leader. If you’re interested in this opportunity, sign up or learn more below!