PRAY FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH

Lift up your persecuted family to God regularly. Remember them in your daily quiet times, family bondings, Bible study group, ministry gatherings, and church worship services.

We release a free prayer calendar alongside our Open Doors magazine. You can use these to know the prayer requests and thanksgivings of persecuted believers and the ministry.

Open Doors prayer magazine | Jul-Sep 2019 issue

“…This past year Open Doors experienced continued pressure, not only on our dedicated Field teams and the increased violence on women and children, but also due to financial constraints. As such, the Field teams decided to focus their efforts on the most vulnerable and the most persecuted in 2018.

Despite these pressures, the Lord still provided in amazing ways and Open Doors continued to serve those Christians living in the most spiritually dark areas of the world so they can be lights to those around them. Thank you for partnering with us this past year as we live out what Luke writes about Paul and Barnabas in Acts 14:22, “…strengthening the disciples and encouraging them to remain true to the faith. ‘We must go through many hardships to enter the kingdom of God,’ they said.”” (Message of thanks from the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Open Doors International)

Thank you for standing with us and our persecuted family not only through your loving support but also through your faithful prayers!

– BJ (Manager, Open Doors Philippines)

PRAYER EVENTS

Shockwave 2018

Shockwave is a global youth movement that aims to cover the world with strong waves of prayer.

Thank you for joining Shockwave 2018!

IDOP 2018

On November 4, for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP), Christians all over the globe will unite in prayer for the persecuted.

We invite you to pray for women in the Persecuted Church on that special day and continue on for the whole month of November during your small group, Sunday service or any church gathering.

Prayer is not preparation for the battle; prayer is the battle. – Brother Andrew