After a six-month approval process, the first Christian library in Vietnam has opened its doors to the public.
The opening comes as a surprise to many as Vietnam ranked the 19th most dangerous place to be a Christian on the World Watch List 2021.
By the time Yeong Woo was 22, he had suffered greatly for his faith. He had only become a Christian several years previously, but had already been imprisoned and tortured four times after repeatedly escaping and fleeing from North Korea.
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.
Lent, traditionally a 40-day period set aside to prepare for the coming celebration of Easter– which marks the death and resurrection of Jesus whose sacrifice enables us to draw nearer to God each and every day.
Just before Christmas, Iraqi politicians made some amazing changes: cementing Christmas Day as a national holiday and establishing a committee to return stolen properties to their rightful Christian owners.
One week on from the military coup in Myanmar, the nation remains in a state of flux and anger. The weekend saw tens of thousands gather in opposition to the military. The protests are likely to intensify in the coming days. The dark period of previous military rule leaves many Christians fearful for the future. They need your prayers, and here are three ways you can pray…
Again, we didn’t receive good news about a married woman, who got in trouble because she became a Christian. A year ago, Diliana* came to faith after hearing the Gospel through an evangelist, supported by Open Doors.
The World Watch List ranks the top 50 most dangerous places to be a Christian. But why does it matter?Here are the top 5 reasons why you should care about the World Watch List.
Furaia (not her real name) witnessed the brutal murder of her husband and brother in Cabo Delgado Province in the north of Mozambique. But she has not had much time to process what happened and the trauma she has suffered because, since that horrible day, she has become the sole breadwinner for 14 children.