// WELCOME TO OPEN DOORS

Open Doors is an international ministry serving persecuted Christians and churches worldwide.

We supply Bibles, leadership training, literacy programmes, livelihood support and advocacy services. We also seek to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland not only to serve Christians living under religious persecution but also to to learn from them what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.

Open Doors originated in 1955, when a young Dutchman known as ‘Brother Andrew’ started smuggling Bibles across the Iron Curtain to the persecuted church. Now, some sixty years later, Open Doors serves millions of persecuted Christians in over 50 countries – including some of the most dangerous places in the world.

It's the gifts of thousands of supporters which make this work possible. Here’s how we spent your money in 2013.

If you would like to give to support persecuted Christians around the world click here.

 

Together is what we do

// TOGETHER THIS IS WHAT WE DO

"Behind every number there is a story: a life saved, a future transformed, someone given new hope and strength. And none of this could be delivered were it not for our supporters - people like you." - Eddie Lyle

FINANCIAL REVIEW 2014

 
Bible Distribution

// BIBLE DISTRIBUTION

Find out how Open Doors provides Bibles and Christian materials for persecuted Christians.

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Training

// TRAINING

Find out how Open Doors helps the victims of persecution through financial support, job training, church rebuilding, medical assistance and more.

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Community Development

// COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Find out how Open Doors helps the victims of persecution through financial support, job training, church rebuilding, medical assistance and more.

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Current vacancies

// And much much more...

Find out more about how we help Christians in over 50 countries, from training leaders to raising awareness about global persecution.

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"We have to live a life that is more revolutionary than that of the revolutionaries."
- Brother Andrew