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Follow Up to International Day of Prayer
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Posted on Sat, Nov 30, 2013
As a follow-up to our remembrance of
the International Day of Prayer for the
Persecuted church held on November 8th,
2013, the following is information on
how to write letters to prisoners in their
own language. Remember that these prisoners
are being held for the sole reason of
being Christian. Many countries do not
have the religious freedoms that we enjoy
in this country. To learn more, go online
instructions on the website on how to
write to prisoners in their own language.
The website allows you to choose phrases
which can be translated and printed to be
mailed. There is also a section where
you email government officials on their
behalf. Writing letters of encouragement
are needed and well received. In cases
where prisoners are not given their letters,
they are often told by prison officials
how many letters have been received on
their behalf. This is a great encouragement
also. Some prisoners have been
released due to pressure from the outside
world when officials become aware of
our knowledge of the persecution.
This is an exercise that can be performed
by anyone who has access to the internet.
The letters are then mailed using international
postage ( approx. $1.10 current
price ). Please consider becoming involved
in aiding the persecuted church.
Remember those that are in bonds as
bound with them and those who suffer
adversity as being yourselves also in the
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