Friday, December 31, 2010

In mailboxes this week

The January issue of The Voice of the Martyrs newsletter is hitting mailboxes this week. In 2011, VOM will celebrate its 40th anniversary, and this issue looks back at the past four decades of ministry.

Inside this issue:
  • You’ll learn how Klaas and Nellie Brobbel responded to God’s call after reading Richard Wurmbrand’s book, Tortured for Christ. Read how persecution has evolved in the past 40 years and how VOM has stood alongside persecuted Christians around the world during that time.
  • Hear the heart transformations of Ishmael, Abdulmasi and Joshua, as they share their stories of finding Christ.
  • Read about orphans in Ghana and how microloans are changing lives there. Learn about a pastor in Uzbekistan under fire from the government and a pastor in Turkmenistan who has been charged with swindling and sentenced to a labour camp.
  • Arrested for proclaiming Jesus Christ to be the head of the church, not the king, Isabel Alison and Marion Harvie were led to Edinburgh’s gallows in 1681. Read how the women declare God’s goodness moments before death.
  • Join us for The Voice of the Martyrs’ Prayer Conferences in March and 40th Anniversary celebrations throughout the year. Special guest Helen Berhane is scheduled to attend. Helen is a formerly imprisoned gospel singer from Eritrea and author of Song of the Nightingale.
The Voice of the Martyrs newsletter is the flagship publication of The Voice of the Martyrs in Canada. Published monthly, it is available free of charge to anyone in Canada who requests it.

You can subscribe online here.

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