“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.” John 15:5
Did you know the word fruit can be found over 60 times in the New Testament alone? John 15:5-8 helps us to determine the quality of our fruit by looking at that which we are rooted in.
As followers of Jesus, we are required to bear good fruit. Among the Body of Christ, there are those who, in this day and age, are persecuted for the good fruit they bear for Christ.
We remember and stand with these believers who are persecuted yet remain rooted in their faith.
Join us on 4 June 2023 as we celebrate believers that bear good fruit in some of the harshest environments. Let this event be a time of inspiration, prayer and celebration of what God is doing among our persecuted family of faith.
How to join us this Persecution Sunday:
Be a voice for those in our family of faith who are unable to speak up for themselves, by being a volunteer speaker in your own church on Persecution Sunday.
Complete the form below to invite one of our speakers to your church on the morning of 4 June 2023, on Persecution Sunday, to share more about our persecuted family’s sacrifices for our faith.