Welcome to The Voice of the Martyrs Radio Network! Join host Todd Nettleton each week as we share testimonies of brothers and sisters suffering for their faith in Christ.
The Voice of the Martyrs (VOM) is a nonprofit, interdenominational missions organization that offers practical and spiritual help to persecuted Christians around the world.
In The Presence of My Enemies
Martin & Gracia Burnham were missionaries in the Philippines, where Martin was a pilot with New Tribes Mission. The Burnhams went away for a few days to celebrate their anniversary. Those few days turned into more than a year in the jungle when they were kidnapped and held hostage by radical Muslim terrorists.
Gracia tells how she wrestled with God and even with her own faith during those dark days of captivity. She’ll share how she experienced the prayers of God’s people, even as Martin was killed.
MISSIONS: Partner With God
C. Anderson is a leader in Frontier Missions for YWAM – Youth With a Mission, teaching the principles of II Timothy 2:2 with the aim of developing DMM—Disciple Making Movements.
Learn how DMMs are growing and how Biblical principles cross national and ethnic boundaries to grow and build the church.
“Getting Started in Disciple Making Movements,” is available online. She’ll also speak about next steps for those called to missions & equip us to pray for church leaders and planters all over the wor
Serving Persecuted Christians in 2021
Begin 2021 with an in-depth discussion of what it means to follow Christ and truly live for Him. Look ahead to serving persecuted Christians in 2021 with VOM’s President, Cole Richards, and VP for International Ministry, Jonathan Ekman.
Jonathan will give an update on two countries added to VOM’s 2021 Global Prayer Map, Burkina Faso & Cameroon. You’ll be inspired by the story of a pastor who chooses to stay and serve in a place where he knows his life is at risk.
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Moving Moments of 2020 – Part 2
We continue look back on amazing testimonies God allowed VOM Radio to share in 2020:
• Pam on Muslim women coming to faith in Christ
• Amin began reading the Bible to prove it was wrong
• When Bayram told family in Turkey of his new faith, persecution began immediately
• Omid had a dream
• John tells of a young family in Syria finding Christ through child’s medical crisis
• Ali on God healing two Christians in Iran from COVID-19
• Jeremy recalls meeting family of pastor martyred days
Moving Moments of 2020 – Part 1
Look back on some of the testimonies God allowed VOM Radio to share in this 2020 year-in-review:
• Paul from Nigeria; God spared his life from terrorists
• Sean Paton on a pastor executed by Islamists in Burkina Faso
• Aaron Miller: why leaders in Colombia might not be called pastor; how Christians in India prepare for persecution
• Ebrahim Firouzi from inside Iran
• Joy Subasiguller chooses to be grateful facing expulsion from Turkey
• Will Hart learning to lay down his life in answer to
IRAN: “This Is My Plan”
In a solitary confinement cell in Iran, Robert Aserian felt God comforting him with these words: “If you are here, it is My plan.” God had prepared him for prison in unique ways.
Robert shares the challenges of interrogation, prison & solitary confinement. One way Robert passed time in solitary was preaching sermons.
Former prisoners face intense pressure & isolation after release. Robert says praying for prisoners after their release may be more important even than during their time in prison.
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Encourages Me to Do Something
I really love and appreciate this podcast which I was referred to listen to by a friend 4-4 years ago. I’m so glad. I’m always learning and growing in my faith and I am always reminded of how I need to bring Christ to the nations- and that can just start with my neighborhood or in my job. Praise the Lord for an incredible podcast that brings so many stories to us so that we can be reminded, especially in this western world, that we are not called to be comfortable or stagnant. We are to be unselfish and share Christ with everyone. And that’s a reminder to myself. Thank you VOM for obeying the Lord’s calling over this organization.
VOM’s work is amazing!
Thank you to the Voice of the Martyrs for their continued support for persecuted Christians around the world, and for their work to keep us who are outside of such countries updated on their work and helping us to pray for those who need it.
Incredibly inspiring to hear God moving through the challenge of persecution.