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Our free monthly newsletter, The Voice of the Martyrs, is available in English and Afrikaans in hard copy format.
The Voice of the Martyrs newsletter will provide you with news of Believers who are persecuted because of their faith in Jesus Christ and, in many cases, their faithful service to their Saviour in the face of severe opposition. You will receive the monthly Prayer Diary which will help you to daily pray for conditions and situations in countries of Christian persecution. You will learn about special projects that CMI operate to provide assistance and encouragement to these Believers. You will be given the opportunity to make such projects become a reality by your financially involvement.
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Pray for the Persecuted
Would you like to be an effectual Prayer Partner for the Persecuted Church?
When subscribing to our Newsletter, we include a Prayer Calendar for the month which gives direction to prayer needs and individual needs.
Pray also for our 40,000 Field Workers who work alongside these Persecuted Christians and in most instances face the same challenges and persecution as those they are trying to help.
Write a note of encouragement to a Nigerian Christian
Nearly all Christians in northeastern Nigeria have lost family members in attacks by Boko Haram or Fulani Islamic militants. Entire church congregations have been displaced, and worshiping and serving Christ openly takes great courage and faith.
This month we invite you to send our persecuted Nigerian brothers and sisters in Christ a personal note of encouragement. Many Nigerians read English, so you can communicate directly with them.
In your note, you can include a Bible verse, a prayer that you have prayed on their behalf, or simply a message letting them know that they have not been forgotten by other Christians around the world. A children’s Sunday school class may want to write notes or draw pictures to encourage kids their age, and your small group or church can write to a widow or a pastor.
Thank you for choosing to share in the fellowship of Christ’s sufferings with Nigerian Believers (Phil. 3:10).