Published on March 28th, 2014
Two kids recently visited The Voice of the Martyrs headquarters in Oklahoma, and shared with us their thoughts about their experience.
“I am from New York [and] I am 12 years old. I knew about the Underground Church before I arrived at VOM. I am volunteering by stuffing and organizing envelopes and putting address stickers on packages.
“I saw the movie produced by VOM called ‘Underground Reality: Vietnam.’ The next day I met Daniel from the movie. He is now a dad to a baby girl and he’s a police officer in Oklahoma.
“I also saw Russell Stendal’s plane called “The Pink Panther.” He is an amazing man who flies over Colombia and throws out parachutes with Spanish Bibles. I hope to be brave like him.
“My trip was a blast!”
“I am 10 years old. I live in New York. I knew about The Voice of the Martyrs for five years and how they help Christians in dangerous regions throughout the world. They give Bibles secretly.
“Pastor Richard Wurmbrand was a great Christian and the founder of The Voice of the Martyrs. He was tortured in a communist prison in Romania for 14 years. Pastor Wurmbrand encouraged Christians to pray for their brothers and sisters who are persecuted throughout the world.”