Thursday, May 21, 2009

Coming up in June edition of The Voice of the Martyrs Newsletter

june_nl_09I am really excited about the upcoming June edition of The Voice of the Martyrs Newsletter. We just sent it to the printers yesterday and it should be ready to mail out at the end of the month. If you live in Canada and are not receiving our newsletter regularly, you really should. Our newsletter goes behind the scenes of persecution reports and brings you into the lives of persecuted Christians around the world. We find ways that you can make a meaningful connection with them. Each edition also contains biblical and practical teaching that you can use in your daily walk with the Lord.

Here’s a peek into the June edition:

  • In our feature article “Testaments of Grace in Vietnam,” enter the world of “Maria” and “Esther” as they share the struggles of daily life that they face because their husbands are in prison for their faith. Meet Brother “Barnabas”, a Vietnamese pastor whose sacrifice for Christ provides an inspiring example for church leaders in Canada.
  • Read the shocking story of the Cu Hat Church and how the Vietnamese government illegally and violently destroyed their chapel. Find out how you can reach out to them and let them know that you stand with them as members of God’s family
  • Study Revelation chapter 5 in our regular “Living in the Shadow of the Cross” series and learn how God calls us to follow His Son’s example of sacrificial living in accomplishing His purposes.
  • Read the testimony of Kim Sung Min, a former propaganda officer for the North Korean Army, who is now fighting for the freedom and faith of his home country and find out how VOMC is bring hope to the people of southern Sudan.

Don’t miss another edition of Canada’s only monthly publication on the persecution of Christians around the world. And yes, it’s free and we will never bug you for money! Click here to subscribe today.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I highly recommend these newsletters. I have been receiving them for years and try to pass them on to someone else when I am finished.