Franklin Graham: We Must Defend Persecuted Christians
Speaking at the World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians on Thursday, Franklin Graham pointed to Christ while explaining the importance of defending persecuted Christians and exemplifying strength and courage in the faith.
Last year, 215 million Christians experienced high or extreme levels of persecution in the 50 countries where it’s most difficult to be a Christ follower. Christians are facing beatings, abductions, rape, torture, forced marriages and death.
Those of us living in safety cannot stand by and let these atrocities continue. That’s why Franklin Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association have come together to host the first-ever World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians in Washington, D.C..
The Summit has brought together more than 600 victims, advocates and leaders from 130 countries to help raise global awareness and do something about this crisis.
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