I’m a Voice
Each of us has a voice, and by becoming a VOM Voice you can use that voice on behalf of our persecuted Christian family.
As members of the body of Christ, each of us has a responsibility to “remember the prisoners” and other members of our spiritual family who suffer because of their faith (Hebrews 13:3). When we share their stories, acting as a voice for our brothers and sisters, we see God working not only in the lives of persecuted believers but also in the American body of Christ.
In Philippians 1, Paul says that people knew he was under palace guard and in chains. People were talking! In verse 14 he tells us the effect his imprisonment had on the other believers: “… and most of the brethren in the Lord, having become confident by my chains, are much more bold to speak the word without fear.”
Become a VOM Voice and share testimonies of courageous faith that will inspire others to live more boldly for Christ.
Watch the introductory video above to learn more about becoming a VOM Voice, and then click on the JOIN button below to register and receive your free VOM Voice Welcome Kit.
These short videos will help you discover more ways you can be a voice for our persecuted family. New videos will be posted monthly, so come back often to see new ways to get involved.
See how others are serving as a voice for our persecuted family, and get new ideas to help you better share the stories of their bold faithfulness.
- KEN and NANCY from Michigan: Ken visited a Christian School where the Bible curriculum included learning about missions and missionaries. The 8th-graders created projects that were focused on a restricted or hostile country. Ken visited each display, asked questions of the students, shared further information and encouraged them to continue to remember the persecuted. He also was invited to attend the junior high chapel as their guest speaker.
- MARJIE from Nebraska: Marjie and her entire family share current and historical testimonies of our persecuted Christian family members as the opportunity arises, even to the youngest members of the body of Christ. Marjie says, “We show Torchlighter videos to children and they are transfixed by these stories of great faith. [It is] rewarding to see the kids respond.”