Sunday is day to remember, pray for persecuted Church
November 5, 2014
Open Doors USA is hosting live webcasts this Saturday and Sunday as part of its observance of International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, which is Sunday.
"There's been just an astronomical rise in these countries and incidences of persecution," says Open Doors spokeswoman Emily Fuentes, naming as examples Christian girls being kidnapped in Nigeria by Muslim terrorist group Boko Haram, and the execution of Christians in Iraq and Syria by ISIS.
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