// WELCOME TO OPEN DOORS
The ministry of Open Doors began in 1955 when God called a young Dutchman to act on the basis of Revelation 3:2: "Wake up! Strengthen what remains and is about to die." He went to Poland and discovered a church under threat behind the Iron Curtain, and desperately longing for the Word of God.
So Brother Andrew became God's Smuggler, taking suitcase after suitcase of Bibles to the persecuted church, facing great danger, but determined to bring encouragement and hope. He has never forgotten the words of one believer: "Your presence here with us is worth more than your ten best sermons."
Right now millions of Christians are at risk of persecution around the world. Open Doors is active in over 50 countries, supplying Bibles, leadership training, Bible-based literacy programmes and support for Christians suffering for their faith. And we want to continue to encourage the church here to play its part: that means not only responding to the needs of the persecuted church, but also learning from their experience of what it means to follow Jesus.
So welcome to the ministry of Open Doors. We hope that as you see all that is made possible by the gifts and prayers of people like you, information will become inspiration.
// HOW WE HELP
In over 50 countries, Open Doors is supplying Bibles, training church leaders, delivering Scripture-based literacy programmes and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith.
// OUR SEVEN CORE VALUES
"There's only one Body of Christ in the world. And I wanted to be part of that Body by reaching out to persecuted believers and acknowledging their faith."
- Brother Andrew
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// 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
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Work for Open Doors and become part of an exciting vision to strengthen the Body of Christ which is being persecuted for its faith all over the world.