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Prayer News 294 (January-February 2023)

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In this edition of Prayer News:

 

 

  • North Korea: This short re-enactment follows an undercover field worker ministering to trafficked North Korean women. 
  • Afghanistan: Abdulla*, an Afghan refugee, shares what life is like for people – and Christians – remaining in Afghanistan.
  • East Africa: Aminah* suffered greatly for her faith at the hands of her husband. But Open Doors is standing with her and her children, caring for their practical and spiritual needs. Please note: this video contains descriptions of violence which some may find distressing.
  • India: Despite suffering a physical attack in their church, Krishna* and Asha* are determined to keep preaching the gospel. Please note: this video contains descriptions of violence which some may find distressing.
  • Laos: After Khamsay* and his wife were attacked by their family and community, Open Doors invited him to take part in literacy training – which means he can now read his Bible. 
  • Colombia: Pastor John used to persecute Christians – but Jesus totally turned his life around while he served time in prison. Please note: this video contains descriptions of violence which some may find distressing.

Also in this edition:

 

  • Pray with us: Join Sam and Rebecca as they share some good news stories and answers to prayer from the persecuted church to encourage your prayers.
  • Let's reflect: Sam shares a short reflection from 1 Peter 4.

1. Pray with us

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2. Let's reflect

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3. North Korea

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4. Afghanistan

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5. East Africa

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6. India

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7. Laos

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8. Colombia

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