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Blog | 26 February 2019
When an Open Doors cassette tape called for someone to begin a base in Australia, Dean and Becky Keaney never thought it would be them. “We didn’t think it was us, didn’t think we were qualified,” Dean said. “[We thought] ‘Who’s going to do...
Blog | 26 November 2018
Tags: China,Egypt,Middle East,Podcast
Blog | 12 February 2019
... leaders who reach out to Muslims and new Christians. Grace is one of these leaders.Image: Woman reading a Bible in a church in Xian, China.Grace is
Blog | 25 November 2019
Tags: Bibles,China,Gifts Of Hope,North Korea,Practical Support
Blog | 25 January 2019
... stories, accurate updates on events and trends in persecution, and biblically based discussion. Episode 20 OverviewWhat do Russia, China and Algeria all have in common? They are in the top 50 hardest countries to be a Christian. This episode of the Op...
Blog | 8 February 2018
The 2018 World Watch List launched this month revealing the top 50 most dangerous countries in the world to follow Jesus. China, a nation with a well-known history of persecution, came in at #43. In 2011, China was ranked as the 21st hardest place to be...
Blog | 17 June 2020
Amanda* and her husband come from a small Muslim village in Northern China. While most people in her village thought she was a full-time housewife, Amanda had a secret. She was a fortune-teller.Word began to spread that Amanda was exceptionally good at he...
Blog | 13 April 2018
New laws or ‘Regulations on Religious Affairs’ in China came into force just two months ago (1 February). No one is sure yet what impact they will have for the estimated 97 million Chinese Christians. Just last month the People's Congress voted to ex...
Blog | 21 June 2018
Someone recently asked me this question: “What is it like to have the freedom to live an open Christian life?”This seemingly easy question took me back to the North Korean detention centre where I almost died 14 years ago. I was only fifteen at the t...
Blog | 16 August 2017
... famine of 1997. Her daughter was only in her mid-twenties when she starved to death in their home.Hea Woo’s husband escaped to China, there he found God. But he was found and arrested by the North Korean secret police, and six months later he died in a...