Resources for individuals
Open Doors offers a unique way for you to connect with your persecuted family all around the world. Wherever Christians are tortured, harassed, punished or murdered for their faith, we are campaigning, praying, providing practical support and smuggling hope. You can be part of this adventure.
Don't forget, you can keep up to date with the latest news and needs of persecuted believers around the world by signing up for our emails. Get a weekly or monthly dose of inspiration and information delivered to your inbox. It's a great way to pray for, support and speak up on behalf of our persecuted family!
Send a Bible to North Korea
The Open Doors Secret Church Devotional is a great new way to spend time with your persecuted family each day and support persecuted believers in North Korea. For every £10 given, you will receive a Secret Devotional and a persecuted believer in North Korea will receive the gift of a Bible.
Sign the handmade petition
See change for persecuted women through policy and action by signing the handmade petition. Every individual handmade petition we receive by 14 October 2019 will be sewn into a huge banner and presented to the UK Government in November during the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict (PSVI) conference.
World Watch List 2019
The World Watch List is Open Doors’ annual ranking of the 50 countries where Christians face the most extreme persecution. Find out how you can stand with your persecuted church family in prayer and action and be inspired by their courageous faith.
One of the greatest gifts you can give a persecuted Christian is the knowledge that they're not alone. Over the years, thousands of Open Doors supporters have brought hope to persecuted Christians through letter-writing campaigns. Could you encourage someone facing darkness and despair today?
Sixty years ago, a young Dutchman was inspired to smuggle Bibles into Communist Eastern Europe. It was the start of a great adventure. God's Smuggler is the account of Brother Andrew’s experience and has thrilled and inspired readers for more than forty years. This 60th anniversary edition includes photographs from Brother Andrew’s travels and an exclusive interview.