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The greatest gift you can give a persecuted Christian is the knowledge that they're not alone.

Letter-writing Guide

"As soon as I heard the voices of the letters I became happy and rejoiced... I want to thank the brothers and sisters who wrote the letters to me. They were instruments of God. God used them to save me and encourage me," Chaltu Waga, whose husband was murdered by extremists.

Here are some simple letter-writing guidelines to help you as you write.

Here are some additional resources to help you write your letter:

Over the years, thousands of Open Doors supporters have brought hope to persecuted Christians like Chaltu through letter-writing campaigns. Because of your support, Chaltu and her family can now face the future with courage and faith. But there are many more persecuted Christians facing darkness and despair who need encouragement. That's why we've launched our most recent Letter-Writing Guide for 2016.

Who you can write to...

Please note that you can only write to the below letter-writing campaigns. All other writing campaigns are now closed.

Click on the boxes to find out more.

 

Thank you!

Thank you so much for your letters and prayers. For persecuted Christians going through dark and difficult times, your messages of support are a source of hope and encouragement. But rather than us saying 'thank you' on behalf of our persecuted family, here are some updates from those you've written to, and how God has been at work in their lives...

 
"I am happy to know that people are praying for us... Now I do not feel alone."
- Martha Geleta, widow of Yadeta Dinsa