Writing Campaigns

Encourage Children of Persecuted Christians in Colombia

In the mountains of northern Colombia, indigenous communities see Christianity as a threat to their culture. The penalty for following Christ is imprisonment, torture, exile and sometimes death. 

Ernestina* is working to get the gospel into remote areas of the mountains. At night she travels 10 hours on foot with her husband and son. They have managed to reach over 200 indigenous Christians.

Children of persecuted Christians are forced into practicing satanic rituals as part of their cultural traditional education. Open Doors has been able to provide a home for them to safely grow in their faith, including Ernestina’s son. “I know they are being taken care of and are being formed in the love of Christ,” said Ernestina. 

You can write to the home where there are five girls and 10 teenage boys living. This house is caring for and discipling the children of persecuted Christians.

Please send cards and letters by 31 October to Open Doors Australia, 11/10 Gladstone Rd, Castle Hill, 2154

*Name changed for security reasons

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Writing Guidelines

  • Print clearly in English
  • Be brief and encouraging
  • Include 1–2 Bible verses
  • Provide your name and country (not your full address)
  • It is best to send greeting cards, artwork from children and postcards (send postcards in an envelope, do not write Open Doors' address on the postcard)
  • Please don't mention Open Doors
  • Don't send money
  • Please don't criticise a country or make proposals to help

 

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- Mercy James, Nigeria