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

Letter Writing Guide

Open Doors’ Letter-Writing Guide: Autumn 2019 edition is here! You can bring hope to women in Nigeria who’ve taken part in trauma-care programmes as part of the See. Change. campaign, as well as the parents of missing Dapchi girl Leah Sharibu, and the parents of the Chibok girls. Every letter, card and drawing they receive brings such joy and will help them to stand strong in their faith.



Around the world there are many persecuted Christians facing darkness and despair who need your encouragement. Click the boxes below to see who you can write to.


"If today my children and I live, eat and are clothed, it is you that God used to provide all these blessings."
- Sharifa, in Cameroon

Who you can write to...


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

For inspiration and guidance as you write, here are some simple letter-writing guidelines. You may also use our additional resources to help you write your letter: Download our printable designs to colour in and complete.


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...


See the impact your encouraging letters and cards have...

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