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.
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Twenty months into the second Taliban rule of Afghanistan, all Afghans—but especially Afghan Christians—face great challenges. What pressures do our persecuted brothers and sisters face living in Afghanistan today, and how has their life changed unde... more
It is illegal to bring a Bible into North Korea, and illegal to possess one inside the country. But VOM continues to find ways to get God’s Word into the hands of North Koreans. Dr. Eric Foley, CEO of VOM Korea in Seoul, says everything changes every... more
Born and raised in a Muslim family, Brother Maksud says it’s a miracle he is now a follower of Jesus Christ. more
Listening to these inspirational stories has really challenged my faith. It has really helped me to focus my prayers more specifically for both my Christian brothers and sisters, but also to know how to pray for people of other faiths to whom they are serving and sharing the gospel
This is the one podcast that I try to never miss! It is inspiring, encouraging, challenging and so much more! Thank you for sharing the stories from our brothers and sisters who are following hard after God and discovering He is enough even in the toughest places.
This podcast keeps my eyes on the Kingdom and not just the materialistic worries of my day to day life. My children enjoy listening and I know it benefits their faith to realize the Church is so much bigger than what they know. We all need the encouragement that God is faithful and this podcast does just that!
I’ve been a listener for a number of years, and God continues to use Todd and the stories of our brothers and sisters in Christ powerfully in my life. Often when I am struggling with my own ministry as a leader in Christian schools, God uses VOM in various formats to realign my life and inspire my spirit to not give up. I am so grateful for the ministry of God through you, and I pray for more and more fruit. I would also love to have a conversation around best practices for sharing these stories... more
A great way to refocus your faith on Christ and off of our own comfort.
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