“I WAS SO HAPPY TO RECEIVE THIS HELP!”: YOUR PRAYERS AND GIFTS CAN KEEP THE INDIAN CHURCH ALIVE
In India, Christians are considered the lowest in society – and so the lockdown measures that the Indian government has introduced to combat the coronavirus outbreak are having a devastating impact on them. A lot of persecuted Christians have lost their income, and are overlooked when aid is distributed.
Reaching these believers is harder than ever but, thanks to your ongoing support, Open Doors partners are doing what they can to provide the most basic of needs to your persecuted family: food.
Suraj* was desperate when he stopped being able to earn money because of the lockdown. “I felt helpless and really prayed hard to God. I asked Him if He could open the door so that we could get food to survive. Suddenly, my pastor prayed and said that an organisation had dropped off groceries and other daily necessities for families hit by this crisis. Thank you so much! I was so happy to receive this help!”
Can you help your brothers and sisters in India?
That Open Doors partners will be able to reach those in most need, bringing them food and hope
That God would give faith and resilience to those suffering the effects of the lockdown around the world.
*Name changed for security reasons