Writing Letters

Today, many Christians are languishing in prisons around the world. They endure daily emotional and physical torture because they refuse to surrender to dictatorial governments and ideologies, choosing instead to remain loyal to Jesus Christ.

As Christians, we are to “remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you are also in the Body” (Hebrews 13:3). Letter writing is an effective way to raise awareness and deliver hope to those who otherwise might feel forgotten.

You can be an advocate for persecuted Christians -- a voice for the voiceless -- by assuming the important ministerial role of pleading for or on behalf of another by highlighting injustice and inhumanity.

There are three types of letters that you can write:

  1. Letters of encouragement to prisoners (CLICK HERE to learn more.)
  2. Letters to editors of local and national media (CLICK HERE to learn more.)
  3. Letters to government leaders, requesting their intervention (CLICK HERE to learn more.)

Join us in showing love and concern for our brothers and sisters
in chains by writing letters today!

CLICK HERE to download a PDF of “Doing Time for God,” our letter-writing guide that contains names and addresses of prisoners of faith worldwide, sample letters, writing tips and other helpful links. This document is updated on a monthly basis.

CLICK HERE to contact our office if you prefer a hard copy mailed to you.

CLICK HERE to compose a letter of encouragement to an imprisoned Christian in his or her own language.

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