Support persecuted Christians in India
When Christian families are attacked, Open Doors partner Abishek helps. He’s reaching out to the most vulnerable, providing persecution survival training, emergency relief, pastoral support and legal assistance to persecuted families.
He says, “We help them if their house is burnt. If they’ve been beaten up, we take them to hospital. If they’ve been expelled from their village, we give them shelter.”
If we don’t act to support Christians like Abishek today, there’s a real chance the church in India won’t survive.
- Every £20 could equip a Rapid Response team for a month as they bring emergency aid to victims of violence.
- Every £33 could provide ongoing practical help for a believer in India who has been persecuted for their faith. This help could include legal assistance, food, medical care and access to a safe house or permanent shelter.
- Every £63 could provide training and materials for four church leaders, to equip them and their churches to survive persecution.