Aaron Miller leads VOM’s work in the Middle East. Recently he spoke in a college chapel, including telling the story of an experience of persecution he endured in India.

Aaron says even though the Bible promises Christians will face persecution, in that moment of suffering as he was punched and kicked he was surprised. But something else happened as well: he experienced God’s presence and grace in a significant and sacred way.

“In a way that I never dreamed of, I had a fellowship with Christ that I did not have before,” he says of that day.

Aaron also shares stories of persecuted Christians in Colombia, Bangladesh and the Middle East.

Aaron Miller has previously appeared on VOM Radio; you can hear some of those conversations here, here and here. Our thanks to Reformation Bible College for permission to share Aaron’s chapel presentation with VOM Radio listeners.

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Christian Persecution Isn’t Strange, But Sacred
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