Bring hope and healing to Christians in Nigeria

“I was so traumatised; my husband is gone, and Boko Haram had captured our village. We had nothing except the clothes on our body.”

As a Christian, Rikiya was targeted by extremists.
As a widow, she faced social exclusion.
As a mother, she needed to provide for her children.

“Before you, I had no hope,” says Rikiya. “You came to rescue me. My trauma was like a wound that needed to heal. The scar would always be there, but the wound would get better. Thank you.” 

Now, Rikiya is on the road to recovery, but she still needs ongoing support. So do the thousands of women like her, whose persecution remains unseen.

Your Easter gift and prayers sow seeds of hope for women, like Rikiya, who are persecuted for their faith and gender. 

Thanks to the support of people like you, Open Doors’ Trauma Centre, opened its doors officially in March 2019. It is specially set up for Christians in Nigeria who have suffered all sorts of trauma and persecution, and provides a temporary respite and place of healing for them. The Centre also trains the Nigerian church to provide trauma care for their people. 

Every HK$170 could provide a widow with a loan to buy seeds and equipment so that she can become self-sufficient.

Every HK$540 could provide trauma care and healing for a Nigerian woman who has suffered violent persecution.

*Please note that when the project is fully funded, your donation will go to where most needed.

North Korean Christians choose to live dangerously for Jesus everyday.

Will you choose to strengthen them?

Imagine this.

You are North Korean. 12 years old. At school, your teachers tell you that Christianity is forbidden in your country, and the Bible is illegal. They also urge you to report to them if you find out anyone is guilty of either offences, even your family.

One day, you find a secret Bible at home while your parents are out. You think, “Wow. We’re all dead now.”

What would you choose?

Would you betray your parents to the authorities and see them sent to a labour camp?

Or would you listen to your parents’ side of the story, become a Christian, and be ready to die for your faith?

Sang-Hwa (pseudonym) chose to begin her own dangerous walk with Christ. She became a secret believer and joined the incredible underground church in North Korea.

Will you support and strengthen secret believers like Sang-Hwa today?

Your support is vital to help grow the faith of ordinary Christians who live in the most dangerous places on Earth: North Korea and the World Watch List Top Ten.

In North Korea, some 2-3 million people have died of hunger since the 1990s. There is no freedom to share the Bible, meet for fellowship or even think your own thoughts. Without the help of the worldwide family of God, the church in North Korea could starve – both physically and spiritually. 

Every HK$80 could provide a secret believer with a Bible to strengthen their faith.

Every HK$375 could provide a relief pack to help a North Korean family survive for 6 months.

*Please note that when the project is fully funded, your donation will go to where most needed.