Let’s urge for the persecuted. For the Colson Center, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.
According to a new report by Aid to the Church in Need, the harm of Christians around the creation is “worse than at any time in history.”
According to the report’s editor, “Not only are Christians some-more persecuted than any other faith group, but ever-increasing numbers are experiencing the very misfortune forms of persecution.”
This is just one of many reasons because we wish to warning you and your church that this coming Sunday is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.
Yes, the brothers and sisters need us to pronounce out, to let the leaders know the U. S. must use its change to strengthen the persecuted. And we need to support groups that yield aid—humanitarian, legal, and domestic aid—to pang Christians. But above all, we must urge for them fervently, which is what persecuted Christians contend they need most.
Please, revisit opendoorsusa.org for resources to help you and your church join in the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.