Christian ministries give hope. Update on imprisoned Christians. Police chief distributes Bibles.

Jun. 10, 2021 | Lebanon Families Find Hope Through Christian Ministries [4] prayers in [2] nations have been posted for Christian ministry in Lebanon. VOM workers recently reported how God is at work in families through the outreach efforts of a Christian ministry in Lebanon. Through visitation, food distribution, family counseling, Discovery Bible Study groups and educational and athletic programs for kids, Christian workers have had many opportunities to share the hope of Christ. Read More.

  • Jun. 10, 2021 | Somalia Hopeful Update for Imprisoned Christians Awaiting Trial [3] prayers in [2] nations have been posted for Imprisoned Christians. Several Christians who were arrested earlier this year have recently seen a positive turn in their case. These Christians are currently in custody in Somaliland, a semi-autonomous area of Somalia. They were arrested earlier this year and were originally accused of spreading Christianity. Read More.

  • Jun. 10, 2021 | Iran Police Chief Helps Distribute Bibles [2] prayers in [1] nation have been posted for those who received Bibles. A Persian house church leader had two boxes of Farsi New Testaments in the trunk of his car. When he saw that he was approaching a police checkpoint, he pulled over and left the boxes of Bibles on the side of the road. Later that night, the police chief saw the boxes on the roadside and thought they might contain contraband, so he put them in his truck and took them home. Read More.

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