Persecution Prayer News: East Africa
Munah’s* family’s choice to forsake the beliefs and practices of their people group came at the considerable cost of isolation. [Please note, this story contains particularly distressing content around sexual assault.]
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With bold beginnings in 1955 when 'Brother Andrew' smuggled Bibles into Eastern Europe for the first time, Open Doors exists today to strengthen the church in the most hostile places around the world. In over 50 countries their underground networks supply Bibles, train church leaders, deliver Bible-based literacy programmes and support Christians who suffer for their faith. One of their main goals is to raise awareness of global persecution and to mobilise Christians to pray, support and act.
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