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  • Iraq: Christians Escaping ISIS

    Iraq: Christians Escaping ISIS

    The brutality of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL forced tens of thousands of Christians to flee from cities in Iraq. Most have come to Kurdistan, seeking safety and shelter.

  • PAKISTAN: Paying the Price

    Pakistan: Paying the Price

    Pakistan is one of the most corrupt countries in the world and often described as a failed state. Its government and military leaders struggle to control domestic insurgents like the Taliban.

Francis Chan at The Bridge 2017

Francis Chan at The Bridge 2017

How do we pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ and "suffer as though with them"? 

Eritrea: The Story of Helen Berhane – Worship in the Wilderness

The Story of Helen Berhane: Worship in the Wilderness

Helen is an Eritrean gospel singer who spent 32 months imprisoned by the Eritrean authorities in a shipping container. Freezing cold at night and burning hot by day, and even tortured, Helen chose to worship. In her wilderness, God gave her a new song.

Nigeria: What Do You Do When Attending Church is a Life and Death Decision?

Nigeria: Habila Shot for Refusing to Deny Jesus

On November 28, 2012, Habila was shot in the face in front of his wife and 6-year-old child. Why? Because he refused to deny Jesus when militant Muslims burst into his house, demanding he renounce Christ and accept Islam. Habila was badly injured but despite everything he been through, he has forgiven those who tried to take his life.

Iraq: Millions Watch 10 Year-old’s Response to ISIS

Myriam's Story and Song

Myriam is a 10-year-old Iraqi Christian.  She’s an ISIS survivor - having escaped the mass killings and kidnapping of young girls.  She is one of the millions who was forced from their homes to live in refugee camps. An estimated 3,000,000 people from around the world have listened to Myriam’s words of love and faith.  She says her words were given to her by the Holy Spirit… her viewers would probably all agree.  

Iraq: Islamic Militants are Brutally Persecuting Christians

Iraq: Islamic Militants are Brutally Persecuting Christians

The army of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), also known as IS (Islamic State), has swallowed up swaths of Iraq like a pervading darkness. In just one day, tens of thousands of Christians fled from towns like Qaraqosh and Bartilla, about 40 kilometers away. Most came to the town of Erbil with nothing more than the clothes on their backs. "They take everything from the house, from the store, everything," one Christian refugee told CBN News. "They hate Christian especially. We don't know why."

Colombia: Gospel of Peace

Colombia: Gospel of Peace

Colombia appears to be slowly emerging from 5 decades of guerilla warfare. The countries voters recently re-elected its sitting president on his promise to end the violence. But even as the fighting raged a few brave Christians including our VOM partners in the South American country are going to the heart of the fighting introducing combatants to the Price of Peace.

North Korea: Why are Christians so Brutally Persecuted?

North Korea: Why are Christians so Brutally Persecuted?

North Korea is the worst persecutor of Christians in the world. Christians are tortured, imprisoned and murdered. Private, non-state-sanctioned religious activity is prohibited. Eric Foley, from The Voice of the Martyrs Korea, explains why Christians are so brutally persecuted.

North Korea: Balloon Launch Filled with Bibles

North Korea: Balloon Launch

North Korea is considered one of the worst persecutors of Christians in the world. Christians are tortured, imprisoned and murdered. Anyone discovered engaging in clandestine religious activity is subject to arrest, torture and possibly even public execution. However, that isn’t stopping the Gospel from penetrating the “Hermit Kingdom.” VOM Korea recently launched more balloons with New Testaments into the “Hermit Kingdom.”

Pakistan: Paying the Price

PAKISTAN: Paying the Price

Pakistan is one of the most corrupt countries in the world and often described as a failed state. Its government and military leaders struggle to control domestic insurgents like the Taliban. The country also suffers from chronic sectarian and religiously motivated violence, including attacks against the followers of Christ. Yet, in spite of the many obstacle and dangers, there are Christian leaders who are willing to pay the price to expand God's Kingdom in this Muslim nation.

Nigeria: Bring Back Our Girls One Year Anniversary

Nigeria: Bring Back Our Girls

One year ago the militant Islamic group Boko Haram kidnapped 276 girls, mostly Christian, from a government school in the northern Nigerian town of Chibok in Borno State. Fifty-seven escaped, but 219 are still being held. The girls' abduction drew global protests and launched the Twitter hash tag campaign #BringBackOurGirls. But since then, the plight of those girls has been largely forgotten.

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