2010 Ministry Guide

Posted by on September 27, 2010 in News | 1 comment

Dear Friends of the Persecuted Church,

God has been moving and working in amazing places these days.

More and more people are accepting Christ as Savior in countries like China, India, Tibet, Bangladesh, and Laos, even as Christian persecution continues to increase in these parts of the world. This means that, for those of us who have been blessed with religious freedom, we have an even greater responsibility to assist as many of our suffering brethren as we possibly can.

Whenever I have the opportunity to speak at churches or conferences here in the United States, I am frequently asked, “How can I help? Can I really make a difference?”

The first question is answered partly in the form of this ministry guide. While it is by no means a comprehensive source, it will serve as a basis to help you learn how your church congregation or Bible study group, as well as your own family, can actively assist persecuted Christians around the world today.

The answer to the second question is: absolutely. God can and will certainly use your personal efforts to make a difference in the life of a persecuted Christian. And when we all work together, our collective efforts can impact hundreds, or even thousands, of lives.

CFI exists by the grace of God and the support of concerned Christians like you. When you’re finished with this guide, I encourage you to pass it on to others who share our desire to sustain this ministry.

On behalf of the persecuted church, thank you for your willingness to get involved.

Sincerely in Christ,

Jim Jacobson, President


The CFI Ministry Guide can be downloaded, printed, viewed on your iPhone or Kindle, and even shared across your preferred social network.

PDF Version, Here.

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