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.
VOM recently received a report about an orphan in Laos who became a Christian after attending a church service. The child shared the gospel with others at the orphanage, and 10 more orphans trusted in Christ and began attending church!
David, age 14, and Steven, age 13, recently smuggled Bibles into China. Before the trip, the American teenagers were coached by an experienced smuggler who was joining them on the trip.
David and Steven packed Bibles in backpacks that they carried on their backs. David made sure to pack some children’s Bibles for Chinese children. The boys carried their travel supplies in other bags. They hoped the officials in China would not search their backpacks, and they prayed for the success of their trip.