After Recent USCIRF Report Open Doors Proclaims the Persecution of 192,000 Laotian Christians Seeking the Gospel for Asia Must Cease and Sets Goal for 10k in Donations

Share Article

After the recent release of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom placing Laos on their Tier 2 "Watch List," Open Doors announces it remains committed to eliminating the persecution of Christians in Laos, but asks for the support and help of free Christians in order to continue this important and necessary Crusade for Christ by donating and helping to reach the goal of $10,000 in donations in May.

After this week's release of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom on May 2, 2016 placing Laos on the Tier 2 "Watch List," Open Doors is renewing their call this month for support in their international efforts in Laos to bring the Gospel for Asia. Open Doors is setting a goal of $10,000 in donations for May that will go toward Bible development, community restoration and women and children's care in Laos and other similarly persecuted regions around the world. Laos is one of several of countries that continues to remain under the often strict rule of a Lenin-Marxist communist command. The Laotian government strictly watches over and discourages contact or influence from Westerners and global Non-Governmental Organizations.

The country of Laos has 7.1 million citizens, of which 192,000 Laotians are Christian despite the risk of persecution by the communist government. The Laotian Christians are regularly targeted by local authorities, including arbitrary jailing and isolation.
Through direct donations of items and talents, the mission of Open Doors is focused and hard at work; learn more about their work and mission in Laos and other countries by visiting the Open Doors website.

About Open Doors:
When Open Doors was started by Brother Andrew in 1955, he felt a calling from God to minister to fellow Christians who were persecuted for their faith. As a result, Open Doors has specialized in helping Christians who are persecuted for their faith.

For over 60 years, Open Doors has worked in the world's most oppressive countries, empowering Christians who are persecuted for their beliefs. Open Doors equips persecuted Christians in more than 60 countries through programs like Bible & Gospel Development, Women & Children Advancement and Christian Community Restoration.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Josh Alan

+1 (949) 250-0706
Email >