ONE WITH THEM
Are You Ready?
Join us on 8 April 2020 and stand One With Them.
- Give one day’s wage for the persecuted church
- Draw a cross on your wrist
- Share it on social using #onewiththem
Will you will you work an ordinary day for an extraordinary impact and stand One With Them?
Persecution against Christians increases in both its probability and severity at Easter, as they gather to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus.
2015 - Kenya, Easter Sunday. Gunmen attacked the University of Garissa, killing 148 students.
2016 - Pakistan, Easter Sunday. Lahore Park bombing left 75 people dead, 29 of whom were children.
2017 - Egypt, Palm Sunday. Suicide bombers attacked two churches. 44 were killed, over 100 injured.
2019 - Sri Lanka, Easter Sunday. Suicide bombers attacked 3 churches and 3 hotels where 259 lost their lives. Over 500 injured.
Why one day? That’s a lot of money…
We’re asking every Christian to work a normal day, with extraordinary impact.
It’s a bold ask, but we’re inspired every day by the persecuted church and the incredible price they pay for following Jesus. We know you will be too!
Can you dedicate one day’s wage for the persecuted church, to see the persecuted church strengthened and the gospel proclaimed?
How do I get involved?
Donate one day’s wage to the persecuted church.
On 8 April, draw a cross on your wrist to show your solidarity in standing “One With Them.”
Share a picture of your cross on social media with the hashtag #onewiththem
Go to work and have an extraordinary impact.
Why stand One With Them?
Persecution against Christians increases in both its probability and severity at Easter.
This is our opportunity to unite with the church in Australia and New Zealand around the world as we support those who suffer for their faith in Jesus.
Where does my donation go?
Your donation will immediately go to the most urgent need worldwide in over 70 countries, often used for instances of unseen or unexpected persecution where an immediate response is most needed. Find out more about what we do here.
Who are Open Doors?
We’re a Christian ministry, committed to helping people follow Jesus all over the world, no matter the cost. We work in over 70 countries, in the most dangerous places to be a Christian. Find out more about us here.