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STORIES OF COURAGE! ~2011~
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STORIES OF COURAGE~ 2010/2011!
3 years ago

For many years now Ahmad has been living a double life. Because he lives in a predominantly Islamic tribe in Southern Sumatra, he faces fierce opposition for being a Christian. Ahmad shares his story about how he became a Christian and how you can pray for him.
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3 years ago

Messianic Jewish Couple Accused of Converting a Minor
Serge and Naama Kogen, both Messianic Jews, befriended their neighbor's 16-year-old troubled daughter. In response, Yad L' Achim, a Jewish ultra-Orthodox group in Israel, led a protest in a Jerusalem suburb falsely accusing the couple of proselytizing a minor.
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3 years ago

Rising Above Poverty in Myanmar
Myat (not her real name), born into a Christian family, faced a life of poverty discrimination, and oppression. As an adult she developed a heart to share the gospel with Burmese Buddhists in her country. But, when cyclone Nargis struck, she ended up adopting nine orphaned children. Myat shares her powerful testimony of how she prayed for seven years that God would provide the resources she needed to not only take care of her family, but also fulfill her calling to share the Gospel.
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3 years ago

uly 14th, 2011

Dear Donna,

Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial, for when he has stood the test he will receive the crown of life, which God has promised to those who love him. James 1:12

Cuban Pastor and Family Seeking Asylum, Arrive in U.S. after Suffering under Regime
Pastor Lamelas, who once served as national president of his denomination in Cuba, was granted asylum in the United States due to the persecution he has endured for more than five years at the hands of Cuban authorities.
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3 years ago

When All Hope Is Gone, Faith Emerges
Mi-Ok* lies face down in a small backyard� motionless. Having crossed the river between China and North Korea, she sighs in despair. Crossing the river was treacherous, and she was helpless to save her daughter who was swept away by the strong current. Now alone with nothing left to live for, Mi-Ok finds refuge�and more in an Open Doors 'safe house.'
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3 years ago

Clothes, Food and Hope for Forsaken North Korean Orphans
"Nobody expected them, but all of a sudden, these street children just showed up in China," says an Open Doors co-worker who ministers to North Korean refugees in China. "Seeing them at their hideout is a terrible sight. The children are between 6 and 20 years old, have dirty faces and are clothed in rags."
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I have decided to follow Jesus [Music Video]

Watch this powerful music video retelling of how an Indian man gave everything to follow Christ; even his life.

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1 year ago

Never Too Old to Go Digital
In countries where possessing Christian material endangers believers, SD cards in cell phones have become a popular alternative for storing God’s Word. An elderly believer says, “I am grateful that you made these memory chips. Now I can listen all the time and wherever I am."
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1 year ago

Single Mother Rents a Mule to Attend Biblical Training 
Paula’s brother, a local pastor, fled his home after receiving death threats. Two weeks later the newly-appointed replacement pastor was found dead on her doorstep. With violent groups fighting for control, much of the population has been forced from homes, lands and livelihoods.
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6 months ago
The Impact of One Piece of Paper

"I was the worst person in the world; I was a criminal and I was a thief," says Yusuf. In a heart-felt personal testimony, Yusuf shares...

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6 months ago
After Graduation - What's Next?

With hearts bursting with hopes and aspirations, eleven students graduated from Open Doors' Children's Center in Colombia to take on a world…

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3 months ago


Colombia's Election Results May Guarantee Support for Peace

Christians in Colombia are cautiously optimistic after the results of recent elections. Though most elected

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3 months ago
A Mile Wide, An Inch Deep

Ministry workers in China are concerned that the Church has become shallow. One pastor shares, “the biggest enemy of the Chinese Church is worldly values…

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2 months ago


Christian Party Asserts Dalit Rights in Indian Elections Debut

India's low-caste citizens are taking a sizable step into politics with a newly formed Christian political party and a campaign…

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