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Children all over North America have thought of creative ways to remember (Hebrews 13:3) and help (Galatians 6:10) persecuted Christians. Read below a few of the many ways kids helped in 2013.

From Hannah, age 8, in Seneca Falls, New York:

We raised money for VOM’s Safe Houses fund by selling friendship bracelets. Our friends helped us sell them.

From Chloe, age 10, in Seven Hills, Ohio:

My parents get your magazine, and after reading some of the stories, I decided to start a club to pray for organizations like yours.

Lisa, a Sunday school teacher in Fairborn, Ohio:

We wanted the children in our church to realize no matter how young or old you are, you can be a witness for Christ. We explained to them how they were blessed to be able to worship God and to have their very own Bible, and how in many places it is illegal to even speak about God. The children decided that they wanted to help others be blessed like they are blessed. So they painted piggy banks, and we displayed them in the back of the church to raise money for VOM.

Dana from Vancouver, Washington, is a leader of a Bible Bee group. For the second year in a row, members of the group have earned $1 per verse from an anonymous donor for reciting memorized Bible verses. In 2013, the group recited verses to earn money for Christians in Sudan. (See the photo above of the kids with the Sudan poster they made.)

(Edited from original sources for space and clarity.)


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