Rebecca (name changed), an Open Doors worker, risks everything to minister to North Korean refugee women who’ve fled or been trafficked from their country. The risks are huge. Capture could lead to imprisonment.
But extreme persecution demands extreme love.
“It’s a risk I’m willing to take to share the gospel,” says Rebecca. “The women risk far worse in coming to hear it.”
Our persecuted family need to know they’re not alone. Open Doors workers like Rebecca stand with them. But it can only happen with your gifts and prayers.
Today, if you are able, will you stand with persecuted Christians?
Every HK$240 could give a Bible each to five believers fleeing extreme persecution.
Every HK$430 could provide refugees fleeing extreme persecution with a food package and essential medicine to help them survive.
Every HK$550 could provide spiritual and financial support for three believers fleeing extreme persecution.
*Any excess funds from this appeal will be used to support vital long term work for Christians facing high levels of persecution.
For decades, North Korea has been the most dangerous places in the world to be a Christian – and this year it tops the World Watch List yet again. Globally, persecution is becoming more extreme and increasingly violent.
In places like Afghanistan, Iran, Eritrea and Somalia, Christians urgently need practical and spiritual support. Your gift today can supply vital aid, and your prayers will strengthen faith and bring hope.
Thank you and may God richly bless you.
“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”