Voice of the Martyrs

· Cuba and the Church Today
A few days ago, I spent several hours sitting and talking with Cuban Christians. Some of them lead registered, above-ground churches, others lead unregistered churches and others are simply active church members. All of them talked about the suffering they’ve...
· Extreme Power: Bangladesh
BANGLADESH: ABDULLAH But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you. Acts 1:8 Since Abdullah accepted Jesus, his family had tried very hard to change his mind. After all, his father was a respected man in their...
· A God-Ordained Phone Call
Each week VOM department directors meet to discuss the ongoing business of the ministry and update each other on various projects and priorities. Each meeting begins with a short devotional led by one of the directors. Last week that director...
· VOM Featured on Janet Parshall's Moody Radio Program
Yesterday VOM's Todd Nettleton was a guest on In the Market with Janet Parshall, aired nationwide on the Moody Radio Network. In the 30-minute interview with Parshall, Nettleton shared updates about the persecuted church, focussing particularly on Iraq and what...
· No More Toys in Iraq
Yesterday, my husband met with Christian families who fled Mosul. He and I talked over Skype about what the families had shared with him. After a few minutes, my three-year-old climbed up in my lap and asked what we were...
· Acts in the Real World
Recently one of my coworkers was in the Middle East to attend a conference for Syrian Christians. These conferences, which VOM sponsors, are designed to encourage and train Syrian Church leaders, who have been ministering in the midst of war...
· Are You "N"?
Imagine waking up one morning to find a red spray-painted symbol on the front of your house identifying you as a Christian. The Arabic letter “N” (nun), from the Arabic word nasara (meaning “Nazarene” to indicate Christians), was recently painted...
· INDIA: Expect Persecution
Recent remarks by Indian political figures have underscored a growing Hindus-only attitude in India. And while the situation for Christians there may grow more difficult, it’s encouraging to know that God can and is working in the hearts of those...
· Against All Odds: Amazing Tenacity
Those who work with persecuted Christians realize we have a lot to learn from them. One of the lessons recently impressed on my mind by the underground church in China is their tenacity to carry out the task of global...
· GUEST POST: Of an Unnamed Nigerian Woman
Today's guest post is from Tami Yeager, who serves as the financial administrator for Eternal Perspective Ministry in Oregon. Because of her passion for the persecuted church, she also serves as a volunteer community voice coordinator for The Voice of...

Voice of the Martyrs - Canada

· IRAQ (Kurdistan Region): Reaching Out to Refugees Fleeing Militants
Throughout northern Iraq and Syria, the militant group known as the Islamic State has forced tens of thousands into a life without homes....
· LAOS: Christians Pronounced Not Guilty, Yet Remain Detained
On August 6th, five Christians in Savannakhet province were found not guilty of the crime of murdering a convert to Christianity....

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