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Eritrea: Twen in Prison

In 2004:
*George W. Bush was the president of the United States.
*Facebook was launched as a new form of social media.
*Skype grew in popularity as a way to communicate.
*iPhones would not be released for three more years.

Does 2004 seem like a long time ago?

In 2004, fifteen years ago this month, Twen Theodros was first arrested in Eritrea. She was 23 years old and a new Christian. Twen was released, but re-arrested in 2005. She has been in prison in harsh conditions ever since. That’s a long time to be in prison!

According to prisoneralert.com, “Today, Twen is considered a key senior women’s leader in the prison. She continues to look after and care for other women prisoners. People who know and love Twen say she is a precious, lovely Christian who is determined to remain a faithful follower of Jesus. They also say she is willing to stay in prison as long as God enables her to serve Him there by helping others.”

You can read more about Twen and a prayer request for her here. Please pray for her during the anniversary month of her first arrest.


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