Save the Persecuted Christians, an educational 501 (c)(3) non-profit charity, is a grassroots movement to save lives and save souls. We educate the public on anti-Christian violence and enlist their help in: supporting those harmed for their faith in Jesus; holding those responsible accountable; and securing significant penalties on state and non-state persecutors of Christians.
The Coalition establishes a broad-based foundation, one that unites American Christians and people of goodwill, including concerned Jews and others. Since its launch, the Coalition has conducted targeted outreach to U.S. Evangelicals, Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists, Baptists, non-denominational Christians and Jews. This alliance of human rights, media and faith leaders provides leadership for Save the Persecuted Christians via our Advisory Board that meets weekly to strategize and discuss current events. Working together, we mobilize the grassroots to engage public officials and spread news of persecution. All of our Coalition partners benefit from the increased awareness of anti-Christian persecution and the initiatives of Save the Persecuted Christians.
Save the Persecuted Christians is igniting a grassroots movement — an irresistible force of the people in the pews — to advocate for the world’s Christians, educate Americans about their plight and demand the imposition of real costs on those who persecute them. Grassroots organizations play an important social and political role. They serve as a burr-under- the-saddle of political elites. The combined voice of the grassroots empowers individuals to engage with government and private sector stakeholders. For their part, government leaders are often moved to action when “rank-and-file” ordinary people mobilize themselves into a formidable force.
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- Open Doors 2023 World Watch Liston January 20, 2023
Thank you for joining believers in over 20 countries around the world to mark the release of the Open Doors 2023 World Watch List.
- Webinar | The U.S. Turns a Blind Eye to the Plight of Christians in Indiaon January 15, 2023
The U.S. Turns a Blind Eye to the Plight of Christians in India
- Christian NGO urges Pope Francis to condemn persecution of faithful, rescind Vatican-China dealon January 3, 2023
A Christian group has called on Pope Francis to condemn the “ongoing extreme persecution of over 360 million Christians” around the world, while also accusing the Vatican-China deal as having caused “a brutal surge in religious persecution against Catholics and Christians.”
- No future in the past: is Ambassador Johnnie Carson unfit to lead U.S.-Africa future?on December 26, 2022
Is Ambassador Johnnie Carson ‘too old’ or ‘so yesterday’ to lead U.S.-Africa future? Is President Biden right to bring him back from retirement at nearly 80?
- President Buhari’s ‘conversation’ at U.S. Institute of Peace rocked by protestson December 22, 2022
Many were surprised that Mr. Buhari took no questions from the audience, and that key issues affecting Nigeria were not raised by Ambassador Carson. Others, like Dede Laugesen, Executive Director of Save the Prosecuted Christians, who protested during Buhari’s ‘conversation’ and was escorted out of the room, described Mr. Buhari as […]
- Dede Laugesen on Debbie Georgatos’s Showon December 20, 2022
Debbie interviews Dede Laugesen to talk about how Dede is the Executive Director for Save the Persecuted Christians, Executive Secretary for the Committee on the Present Danger: China, and the Coordinator for Stop Vax Passports Task Force.
- Dede Laugesen discusses Nigeria on the Shaun Thompson Showon December 15, 2022
Dede Laugeson discusses Nigeria with Shaun Thompson on Salem News Network
- The Day Leah Sharibu & 100 of Her Classmates were Abducted in Nigeriaon December 15, 2022
Leah Sharibu's quiet village of Dapchi, Nigeria was attacked by Jihadist terrorists in 2018. Leah and about 100 of her classmates were abducted and some of them killed. Most of the girls returned home except for Leah.
- Release: Is it Genocide? Turkey Targets Syria’s Christians, Yazidis and Kurdson December 14, 2022
Join Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC) on Thursday, December 15, at 4:30 pm ET for an expert panel discussion on the conflict and evidence of Turkey’s genocidal actions against Christians, Yazidis, Kurds, and other ethno-religious minorities of northeast Syria. Panelists will discuss what the US and international community should do to stop […]
- Nigerian Military Forced Over 10,000 Women & Girls to Have Abortions | EWTN News Nightlyon December 14, 2022
A report from Reuters claims that members of the Nigerian military forced at least 10,000 women and girls to end their pregnancies in the past decade. Many of them were kidnapped and raped by Islamic militants.