Make a “Family Prayer Album” using clips from VOM publications.
Display items about persecution at a history or geography fair.
Leave a VOM publication in a car mechanic’s waiting room.
Find the name of leaders of restricted nations in an almanac. Pray for them.
Serve a dinner featuring food from a restricted country. Share about Christians there. (Find recipes from restricted countries in our Activity section or in the downloadable activity books on this site.)
Make a parade float about courageous Christians.
Phone a friend once a week to pray together for persecuted Christians.
Design Christmas ornaments using photos from VOM publications.
Hold an overnight lock-in, and spend the time learning about and praying for persecuted Christians.
Collect spare change in a jar for a year to support a VOM project.
(Source: VOM Radio. Edited for length and clarity.) “My family was very religious in Islam,” said Ali, who grew up in Iran. “However, my father was an alcoholic. When I got to be 11 or 12, I started drinking alcohol also. Then I started using drugs. That changed me into a very angry person. I […]
Silas was arrested because he took part in a protest to bring attention to the problems of some ethnic groups in Vietnam. In free countries, it is legal to protest in public. But Vietnam is a communist country. Government officials can have people arrested for protesting in public.
The government of China has been giving churches a hard time. So some Christians meet secretly in homes. Recently a Chinese Christian visited The Voice of the Martyrs. He told VOM workers about a secret church that meets in a pastor’s house. About 35 children sit on the floor in the house to learn about […]