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Internationally Serving Leaders Who Risk Much for Jesus

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At Risk Radio

At Risk Radio is an audio production of Spirit of Martyrdom who Internationally Serves Leaders Who Risk Much For Jesus. Each podcast includes a variety of reports directly from the field in restricted and unreached regions of the world. Be inspired by personal stories of faith being tested, perspectives of the Holy Spirit transforming lives, and biblical insights to the global work. We will equip you with ways to apply these observations to your life and grow as a leader and courageous influencer to this broken world and oppressed people. SOM International hopes the podcast will encourage you in godly leadership and help discover new individuals to join in serving overcoming Christians in restricted and unreached areas.

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International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church 2022

Receiving threats from unbelievers and the oppressive establishment is commonplace for the persecuted church. Threats frequently arrive in various forms causing rejection at home, at school, and even at work. Finding that safe “place” to worship without malicious threats and finding the inner peace to continue to share Jesus no matter the cost is a spiritual battle.

As the Holy Spirit calls you to a specific corner of the world, please pray for believers to remain steadfast when their own lives are at risk. These resources will equip and guide you through prayer for those who risk much for Jesus.

Click Here for More information about free resources for your family, church or Bible Study.

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