This Easter, Hajaratu tells her heart-breaking story of child-loss* during a militant attack on her Christian village. But it doesn’t end there. You are part of God’s story of hope and comfort, your prayers and support are helping her to heal.
Through the support of the supporters, Open Doors has been smuggling Bibles into some of the most dangerous countries around the world for over 65 years.
On 19 February 2018, over 100 girls were abducted from Leah’s school. Tragically, one of the girls died in captivity. All the others were released within a month – except Leah. Why was she the only girl who was kept? Because she refused to deny her faith in Jesus.
Five Christians have been executed by Islamic extremists after they were kidnapped on Christmas Eve.
Two girls and one boy walked into a tea hall in northern Nigeria. They were wearing suicide vests. When the vests were detonated, at least 30 people died in the explosion. What would make three children do such a horrible thing?
One church in northeast Nigeria has revealed extremist group, Boko Haram, has taken the lives of 8,370 of its members. In a press conference, Reverend Joel Billi, from the Church of the Brethren, stressed the far-reaching and systematic persecution by Boko Haram.