The persecution of Christian women around the world has increased dramatically in the last year.
According to the reports Same faith, different persecution, published by open doors, trafficking of women as a form of religious persecution is on the rise, particularly in Asia and Africa.Christian refugees are especially vulnerable to this.
“While someone’s decision to convert to Christianity can expose them to persecution, that faith can also be a resource for strength, comfort and creating a way forward in response to the persecution and discrimination they might encounter as part of a minority religion” Statement from the published report.
“Our worth is not determined by what has been done to us, but by what Jesus Christ has done for us. Simply holding on to that truth can radically change the future of a community,” Helen Fisher, a global specialist on gender persecution.