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.
By Elise Wixtrom, Kids of Courage Student Reviewer Gladys Aylward was a missionary in China when the Japanese invaded the country during World War II. Like Eric Liddell, she lived in a village that was attacked by air. She and many orphans had to flee in the middle of the night. They made their way […]
In Pakistan, Christians are often treated as if they are not as good as other citizens. They may not have a chance to get a good education. And they are often given jobs no one else wants — like making bricks and cleaning sewers. Several months ago, Vishal, a teenage boy in Pakistan, was reportedly […]
Ten-year-old Hyun Joo was different. Very few North Korean children know about Jesus and God. But Hyun Joo believed in God and trusted Him.
Hyun Joo’s parents were Christians. Many North Korean Christians do not talk about God with their children. If the children mention God outside the home, government officials might punish the whole family. The government wants the citizens to honor the country’s leaders, not God.
But Hyun Joo’s parents wanted her to know Jesus. They prayed that God would use her to change North Korea.