North Korean security agents ransacked Ji Ho’s* home until they found it…
A Bible. Wrapped in plastic and buried in the garden.
Ji Ho’s father was taken away and she never saw him again. Ji Ho grew up alone, struggling to survive.
North Korea is the most dangerous place in the world to follow Jesus, according to the 2024 World Watch List. Owning a Bible can be a death sentence.
But even in the darkest places, God cannot be silenced.
One day, Ji Ho found her father’s tiny hidden radio. She heard the words of Jesus and gave her life to Christ.
Our family living in countries with the most extreme persecution (like Somalia, Libya, Eritrea and Yemen) urgently need your support and prayers.
Please will you help Christians survive in the darkest places on earth?
R 250 helps an isolated believer hear God speak through a regular radio broadcast.
R1 050 provides a food package to the most persecuted believers to keep them alive.
R1 600 trains a Christian to withstand persecution in one of the world’s darkest places.
Christians across the world, counting the cost of faith, are counting on us. As we stand with them, may we not be overwhelmed but cling to the promise of Jesus in Matthew 16:18, “And on this rock, I will build my Church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it.”
*Name changed for security reasons
**Any excess funds will be used to strengthen other persecuted Christians where urgent help is needed.