Be inspired as we journey together, starting with Brother Andrew’s first venture of faith, through the milestones and miracles of the past 60 years, to the challenges for our persecuted family today and our vision of faith for the future. Open Doors 60th celebrations are for everyone who wants to be part of God’s good news story to the world.
The Greatest Adventure is an inspiring, challenging, uplifting day of thanksgiving, worship and prayer. Guests include a North Korean refugee, a pastor from Iraq, and a widow from Nigeria who escaped from a Boko Haram camp. Johan Companjen, former president of Open Doors International, will share memories of over 35 years working alongside Brother Andrew.
Saturday 14 November
9:30am – 5pm
The International Convention Centre, Birmingham
Costs: Under 5 – Free / Under 21 – £10 / Early bird – £18
We are partnering with New Scottish Arts to bring you a production of ‘God’s Smuggler’, the story of God’s faithfulness to the persecuted church. Hear from a North Korean Christian who has experienced persecution for being a follower of Jesus. Dare to be a part of a great legacy, to be God’s hands and feet in a broken world. Be encouraged that God has used your ‘yes’ to impact thousands! Join us as we pray and celebrate together for our persecuted family around the world.
Friday 20 November
7pm – 10pm
Findlay Church, Glasgow
Costs:Under 21 – £5 / Early bird – £7
We support people who are beaten, tortured,
imprisoned, falsely accused, and hated simply for following Jesus.