Continue to pray for the vanishing church in Afghanistan
...Meanwhile, thousands of miles away, the Biden administration has already moved on. They're fighting abortion laws and ordering vaccine mandates -- not giving a single thought to the thousands of people they abandoned and left behind. Whatever time they do spend on Afghanistan is reserved for their victory propaganda, declaring the withdrawal a huge success. Tell that to Jaiuddin and the other Christians huddled in Kabul, wondering if this night will be their last.
He is not afraid to die. Like many there, he is more afraid the world will forget them. Pray for us, he asked. "We are praying... that the Lord would put his angels around our house for our protection and safety." God has a plan, another Christian leader in hiding insisted. "He knows what's best for His children in Afghanistan." "The church has been united. Fear is the biggest thing. If leaders are afraid, the people in the church will be afraid. People are struggling to trust their own God. Through this hardship, the church will grow. But there will also be an exodus of Christians from Afghanistan," he predicts.
Deep in Hiding, Afghan Christians Cling to Faith
They take turns staying awake, praying and walking the floor while others sleep -- blissfully unaware, at least for a few