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Activist Faith: Religious Freedom

This is a list of information and resources related to Religious Freedom. Links submitted to this list are intended to help Christians live out their faith with ministry targeted at this issue, as discussed in the book, Activist Faith: From Him and For Him.


International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church - International Day of Prayer for the persecuted church - IDOP

Free resources to help you take part in the International Day of Prayer for the persecuted church (IDOP)

Kids of Courage

Phurbu is a 10-year-old boy in Nepal, where most of the people follow the Hindu religion. His family is Christian and his father is a pastor. Phurbu has a brother, Lakpa, who is 8, and a 7-year-old sister, Sumjung.

Bibles Unbound

you can donate to send Bibles to nations where believers are persecuted.

Persecution News of Churches Persecuted & Christian Sufferings - International Christian Concern - Your Bridge to the Persecuted Church

Tortured for Christ

'When you have read this book, pass it to your children. No generation should miss this story.' -- Rob Parsons 20040325 'It's a Christian classic. Approach with prayer. It could change your life.' -- Rob Frost 20040325 'This book was singularly instrumental in awaking the conscience of the free world to the horrors experienced by our brothers and sisters behind the iron curtain.

Jesus Freaks: Stories of Those Who Stood for Jesus The Ultimate Jesus Freaks

Jesus Freaks by dc Talk and The Voice of the Martyrs, is a companion volume to dc Talk's album of the same name. It is a book for teenagers about martyrdom, containing dozens of profiles of figures ranging from Stephen, whose martyrdom is described in the Book of Acts, to "Anila and Perveen," two teenage Pakistani girls and Christian believers.

The Privilege of Persecution: And Other Things the Global Church Knows That We Don't

Many Americans view the persecuted church as "third-world," needy, uneducated, and poor --sorely lacking in much of what we assume the church needs to function well. Essentially, wesee them as being in need of us.