In America, being a Christian can mean being ridiculed and harassed. In many other countries, being a Christian can mean prison, starvation, torture, and death. November 16, 1997, was the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Even though this day has come and gone, THE SILENCE MUST STAY SHATTERED.
LINKS PERTAINING TO THE PERSECUTED CHURCH:
Don't be misled by the recent anti-persecution legislation passed by Congress. It has nothing to do with stopping persecution and everything to do with helping American Christians feel good.
Should you feel compelled to write your elected officials regarding the persecution of Christians in various countries, please click here for a Congressional E-Mail directory.
Whatever you did not do for one
of the least of these, you did not do for Me.
-- Matthew 25:45
Freely Speaking: Essays by Doug Newman
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