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Urgent Need: Pastor Imprisoned, Sign Petition!

   Iran’s radical Islamic regime has sentenced American Pastor Saeed Abedini to eight years’ imprisonment in one of Iran’s most brutal and deadly prisons – simply because of his Christian faith.  Sign this petition through the ACLJ, be a voice for his freedom!

Mission: Letter Writing to Christian Prisoners.

     All This Information Is Linked To The Voice Of The Martyrs Web Sites.

        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, as if you yourselves were suffering." (Hebrews 13:3). Letter writing is an effective way to raise awareness and deliver hope to those

who otherwise might feel forgotten.

VOM’s mission in the United States offers, an online resource that provides prisoner names and addresses along with a translation tool that offers you the ability to write to imprisoned brothers and sisters in their own languages.

You may select from the various phrases and Scripture verses we have provided. These will be translated in the appropriate language. We also encourage you to write a few simple lines in English. The prisoner or one of his or her cellmates may be able to understand it.


(NOTE: When writing additional lines, please do not state anything negative about their government.)


We also invite you to personalize your letter with a postcard or family photo. Attractive Christian greeting cards are especially cherished.


This is an example of a letter that I wrote to a Christian Prisoner

Farshid Fathi using the VOM PrisonerAlert authoring tool above.

Farshid is imprisoned in notorious Evan prison in Iran.  

Click On Letter To Enlarge.

Your words are never wasted when it comes to writing a letter on behalf of the persecuted Church. Mail sent by concerned believers can have a profound impact on those who are suffering and even on those who are inflicting suffering upon others.

Your letters to prisoners can do five things:

  1. Indicate to authorities that we are aware of a Christian’s situation, and we care!
  2. Testify of the love and unity found among followers of Jesus Christ worldwide. This is especially true when letters are opened and censored. God can use your letter to work in the lives of those in authority.
  3. Prove our persecuted family is not forgotten. Through isolation and loneliness, the devil can prey on imprisoned Christians’ faith. When a prisoner receives a letter, whether they can read it or not, they know someone cares.
  4. Lead to better treatment of Christian prisoners.
  5. Provide tremendous encouragement.

                        There AreThree Types Of LettersThat YouCan 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.

                        Next: To Contact Mike. Click Link At Top Of Page

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Comments: 7
  • #7

    Ernie Rivera (Thursday, 27 June 2013 12:56)

    Hey Mike,
    Thank you for your passion and desire to serve those being persecuted.
    In Christ,

  • #6

    Mark DiQuattro (Thursday, 18 April 2013 20:56)

    Mike, the site does look great. Thanks for your faithfulness in serving our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ.

  • #5

    Ken (Sunday, 03 February 2013 07:32)

    Mike, the site looks great!!!

  • #4

    Dean (Friday, 01 February 2013 08:13)

    God needed a warrior on the Front Line so He chose you, but more importantly you obeyed. Be encouraged in the Lord as you inspire others to act.

  • #3

    Carol J (Wednesday, 30 January 2013 05:11)

    Mike keep up the good work.I would like to help with this mission.

  • #2

    frontlinemission (Saturday, 26 January 2013 06:02)

    Mike well said. We must help our persecuted brothers with leyyers and any other type of encouragement

  • #1

    frontlinemission (Wednesday, 23 January 2013 13:26)

    Mike I just saw your web site and I think its great.