We are people of the cross. In light of the recent brutal massacre of 21 Christians, I’ve produced a number of graphics (both wallpapers and social media images) to help remind yourself and others about the real mission to proclaim the gospel and pray for those who are persecuted. The imagery depicts a background of sand, colored black as the executioners were dressed, and a bloody smear, colored orange as the martyrs were dressed.
Hebrews 11:38 describes persecuted Christians as those “whom the world was not worthy.” Indeed these 21 who lost their lives on the shores of Libya are numbered among them.
Christians, people of the cross, rise up and be identified. “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” (Matt. 5:44-45). Download and support your fellow Christ followers by getting the word out through social media, posters, and other mediums. Here are a few tools to get you started.
- What ISIS Really Wants
- How a Pastor Disciples His Children with The Libyan Massacre
- 7 Points for Thinking Biblically About ISIS
- A Biblical Meditation on the ISIS Execution of 21 Christians
- Does Islam Inevitably Lead to Violence?
- The Wake-Up Call that is ISIS: Who in the Church is Answering?
- Islam and the West at War
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- (Complete Kit)