Podcast: The Paradox Of Persecution - Episode 15

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By Beth Ross | 27 August 2018

Open Doors LIVE is a monthly podcast from Open Doors New Zealand, hosted by Mike Gore and James Kozina. 

This podcast brings the persecuted church to life, with each episode containing life changing stories, accurate updates on events and trends in persecution, and biblically based discussion.

 

 

Episode 15 Overview

Mike and James tackle some of the big questions that arise when partnering with the persecuted church. Dive into the book of Job and hear stories of how believers are choosing to respond to suffering.

In this episode:

  • Hear how a witchdoctor’s wife found Jesus.
  • Why the Islamic State have named Egypt their next target.
  • What the Bible says about persecution and why we’re not here to stop it.

 

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About The Hosts

Mike Gore is the CEO of Open Doors Australia & New Zealand. He’s been with the ministry for almost 10 years and has travelled extensively to meet persecuted Christians in the field. He’s been chased by secret police and smuggled Bibles to Muslim background believers.

James Kozina oversees Church Engagement across Australia & New Zealand. He regularly speaks in churches, has met with persecuted believers in the field, and is passionate about seeing the survival of the gospel in both the persecuted church and the free church. 



This podcast is brought to you by Open Doors Australia & New Zealand. 

Open Doors began in 1955 when Brother Andrew smuggled Bibles to persecuted Christians. We now work in over 70 countries supporting Christians who are persecuted for their faith in Jesus. To find out what it’s like to be a Christian in the most dangerous places on the planet, check out our World Watch List.