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Shine the light of the gospel in the darkest places

For the refugees who make the dangerous journey over the border from North Korea into China, brave Christians like ‘Mrs Shelter’ could be their only chance to hear about the love of Jesus.

Mrs Shelter welcomes North Korean refugees into her home. She says: "They want to know why I do this without asking anything in return. Only then do I share with them about God. Many return as believers."

North Korea is once again the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian. These refugees face arrest, torture, and even death if their new faith is discovered, and Mrs Shelter is putting herself at risk by reaching out to them. And yet, they are willing to give everything to know Jesus and make Him known.

Without our prayers and support, Open Doors secret co-workers like Mrs Shelter would not have the strength and resources to continue this work. But together, we can enable many like her to reach out with the hope of the gospel, even in the darkest places. Give today:

  • Every gift of £21 can provide three Bibles for North Korean believers, to bring them hope and comfort
  • Every gift of £35 can provide pastoral care and practical support for refugees who choose to return to North Korea
  • Every gift of £60 can provide swift, intensive training for future North Korean church leaders in a safe house in China

My gift today to sustain persecuted believers where faith costs the most

 
 

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God's Smuggler

Your free copy of God's Smuggler

To celebrate our 60th anniversary year, we'd like to send you a free copy of God's Smuggler, Brother Andrew's best-selling book. We hope it will inspire you as you say 'Yes' to God - just as Brother Andrew did when he followed God's call to meet with persecuted Christians in 1955. And if you already have one, why not pray about who you could give it to for their encouragement?



*I understand this will be used to support my brothers and sisters where the need is greatest.