When Christians like Rohan are persecuted, Open Doors partners help. They reach out to the most vulnerable, providing emergency relief, persecution survival training, pastoral support and legal assistance to persecuted families.
Rohan started a church in his community in India, despite local opposition. Thirty families attended. In 2018, the church was burned down by Hindu extremists. “I couldn’t do anything. Everything was burnt to ashes.”
But Rohan kept trusting in the Lord: “God is faithful to save the persecuted church.”
You can be the answer to prayers like Rohan’s. Open Doors partners were able to help rebuild his church and encourage the congregation, but many other churches and Christians remain under threat. We need to act to support them now.
Every £30 could equip two Rapid Response teams for a month as they bring emergency aid to victims of violence.
Every £93 could provide ongoing practical help for three believers in India who have been persecuted for their faith.