“The situation is horrific” – one year on from the military coup in Myanmar

This week marks a year since the military coup in Myanmar. The impact on the country, including its Christians, has been catastrophic. Believers have been killed, pastors arrested and churches attacked. Twelve months on from the military’s seizure of power, what’s the latest, how is Open Doors helping Christians, and how can we pray?

Three Christians killed as unrest persists in Myanmar

The unrest persists in Myanmar, and it may yet get worse. Christians and churches continue to be targeted, with three believers killed in a recent attack. Please continue to lift in prayer the country and its Christians. 

Christians in Myanmar in desperate state as military control brings physical and emotional turmoil

Suspicious neighbours, bomb shelters and praying in the mountains – two years of military rule in Myanmar

“We see a lot of suffering” – a Q&A to mark two years of military rule in Myanmar

Courage in conflict – how a teacher and a businesswoman are making a difference in Myanmar

Faith tested as fighting and fear persist in Myanmar, three years after military coup

This week marks three years since the military coup in Myanmar. As the situation worsens, many believers are being pushed to breaking point. We caught up with some of our local partners to find out how you’re helping them to reach out to those in need.

A day in the life of an Open Doors partner

What do we mean by ‘Open Doors partner’ and how do they respond to the needs of persecuted Christians? You’re invited behind the scenes to see how Open Doors partners like Cho serve the persecuted church – thanks to your prayers and support.

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Your support helps persecuted Christians continue to courageously follow Jesus. Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.