Do you pray for your brothers and sisters around the world who pay a great price for their faith? Do you have a story to share about the persecuted Church? Leave a comment on that topic and you’re automatically entered to win one of the books in the Extreme Devotion series (No Greater Love or More than Conquerors, already available, or Red Ink, releasing late next month). Please leave your contact info! Thanks so much, and God bless!

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  1. Lois Hudson August 7, 2010 at 6:15 pm - Reply

    I started an “adoption” process at my church where individuals or small groups are encouraged to adopt one of the 52 countries in the world where it is illegal to be a Christ-follower. As news of persecution comes in from the various countries we share it with the people who have agreed to pray. Seems overwhelming, but…
    (hudson5107@aol.com)

  2. Peggy Blann Phifer August 7, 2010 at 7:42 pm - Reply

    Kathi, I was a World Vision sponsor to two children, one in Columbia who eventually moved out of the system, and one in India. But I had to terminate my sponsorship for financial reasons.

    But it’s a wonderful way to help those in need in other countries. If I am selected as a winner I’d like a copy of Red Ink as I already have the first two. 🙂

    Hugs, my friend,

    Peg

  3. Carole August 9, 2010 at 7:47 pm - Reply

    I read Foxe’s Book of Martyrs several years ago and that led me to seek information on persecution of Christians today. I’m amazed at how much we in America take for granted today.

    But this didn’t touch me personally until a missionary that our church supports and who has become a close friend over the years was placed in danger. A new government took over the area where he lives in India, one that is not friendly to Christianity, and he has been threatened several times. One Sunday morning a few months ago, soldiers disrupted their worship service, destroying furniture and injuring many. A pastor’s wife lost the baby she was carrying. My friend fears for his life, but shows much courage and a commitment to share Christ. So yes, I pray for my brothers and sisters facing persecution around the world, but especially for my Indian friend and his family.

    Kathi, you have written a wonderful series. I have the first two books and would love to win Red Ink. Thank you so much for the giveaway.

    cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

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