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International Day of Prayer (11.5.2023)

International Day of Prayer (11.5.2023)

More than 360 million Christians worldwide suffer high levels of persecution and discrimination for their faith. That’s a staggering 1 in 7 believers. According to the ministry Open Doors, that raises awareness and support of the worldwide persecuted church, the number of countries where Christians suffer high and extreme levels of persecution has almost doubled in the last 30 years. Persecution takes many forms and often looks different in various contexts throughout the world. Believers might be separated from their families or ostracized by their communities. They may face discrimination in the workplace or education system. They could lose jobs or become the targets of extremists. They might have to flee their homes, or even face imprisonment, torture, or death. Fully knowing Christ as Savior and Lord conquers and dispels every measure of spiritual darkness. The world’s greatest problem – lostness – is growing every day. As believers, we have the solution to that problem – the gospel. When we pray for persecuted believers, God uses their witness to inspire gospel transformation among the lost. We are a church in Orange County teaching the gospel to make, mature, and multiply disciples of Jesus Christ who reach neighbors and nations. Our Worship Service gathers to worship together in exalting Christ, exhorting the Saints, and expounding on Scripture. If you would like to connect with us more, please visit our website or even text us. To text and sign up for FBCCypress notifications and share your prayer requests: Text this message @fbccypress to this number 81010.
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