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Gifts Of Hope
Hope looks like the gift of God's word.This gift places a Bible in the hands of an underground church leader, evangelist, refugee, child or new Christian. Giving a Bible helps members of the local church withstand persecution and share the gospel. It beco...
Blog | 5 December 2018
Tags: Bible Delivery,Bibles,Gifts Of Hope,Middle East
Blog | 3 April 2018
The ministry of Open Doors works to give people access to Jesus in some of the most oppressed countries on the planet. We believe one of the best ways we can do that is by providing people with the Word of God.Can you partner with us to help deliver Bible...
Blog | 26 April 2018
Brother Andrew was a young man when he was enlisted in the Dutch Army. He was seriously wounded in Indonesia and during his time in hospital, he noticed something different about the Christians around him. “One day I asked the nun who came to bathe me...
A four-part series on persecution in the Bible and the world.
Blog | 11 April 2018
In southern India, Hindu extremists mobbed Christians who were transporting Bibles. Just delivering Bibles can be seen as trying to convert people to Christianity, and in several Indian states this is against the law.A video was released in February this...
Blog | 15 November 2017
The word of God has the power to transform the life of any man, woman or child. Brother Andrew, founded Open Doors on the belief that every door is open to go and share the gospel. That is why we continue to deliver the word of God into some of the most d...
Mid-Year Appeal As persecution rises, so too do the needs of the persecuted church. Will you give a life-changing gift today?...
Blog | 16 November 2017
In 2017, your support meant our local partners could distribute more than 50,000 bibles and christian literature to Iraqi Christians. Many Christian families who lived on the Nineveh Plains were forced to flee the Islamic State in 2014 and had to leave be...
Marqos and his family lived in a small coastal city in Egypt. One Sunday morning, when Marqos was 17, Islamic extremists dragged his father out of his pharmacy and forced him to kneel in the street.“They put two guns at my father’s head and told him t...