AFGHANISTAN: Muslim Nation, Christian Marriage
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Episodes

  • Iran: Volunteering

    Iran: Volunteering

    October 15th, 2014
    How do you prepare to face persecution? Ali—who ministers inside Iran—tells us how he and his wife talk through what might happen, and how they will persevere through it by God’s grace. He also shares how God is moving inside Iran, including the surprising Bible story God used to reach the heart of a prostitute. Then we’ll learn more about volunteering to serve at VOM and hear how two people decided they’d come to Bartlesville and serve the Lord by serving our persecuted family.
    28 MIN
  • Iran: Maryam and Marziyeh

    Iran: Maryam and Marziyeh

    September 4th, 2014
    Maryam Rostampour and Marziyeh Amirizadeh knew they were putting their lives on the line. They knew it when they handed out New Testaments, and they knew it when they shared the message of Jesus with their countrymen. Their bold witness for Christ would cost them: they spent 259 days in Iran’s notorious Evin Prison. But even in prison God had a plan as He opened the doors for incredible ministry among their fellow prisoners.
    28 MIN
  • North Korea: World's Most Restricted Nation
    Pastor Eric Foley, VOM’s project partner for North Korea, discusses the persecution of our brothers and sisters in the most restricted nation on earth, a nation where the dictator wants to be worshiped as a God. Todd and Pastor Foley also discuss VOM’s Letter of Confession campaign to raise awareness about persecution in North Korea, and how North Korea’s government responds when the world shines a light on their dismal human rights record.
    28 MIN
  • Prison Letters and Calls to Serve
    VOM staffer Grace Taylor shares how she learned about VOM when her parents received the newsletter, and how God planted the seeds through that which grew into her serving full-time with VOM. Dmitry Shestakov, former prisoner for Christ in Uzbekistan, shares what it meant when Christians around the world wrote letters of encouragement to him in prison. And Anna, the wife of a VOM international worker, shares about God’s call to their family to serve persecuted believers.
    28 MIN
  • China: Finding the Rainbow
    We hear different things about the church in China. Some say the church is completely free; others will tell you that persecution is real and common. Where does the truth lie? Nick, one of our VOM international workers, recently returned from China and shares an update on the status of the church there and some personal thoughts about what it means to sit down with persecuted Chinese believers and hearing their stories, including the family of a pastor who is in prison right now.
    28 MIN