Enduring Hope Network (EHN) exists to encourage Christians to share the gospel of Jesus Christ in the face of persecution by:
for the glory of the Lord.
- rescuing the afflicted,
- restoring the broken,
- sustaining the faithful,
- empowering the church,
- bringing hope to all,
5 Ways We Partner With the Persecuted Church
Basic Necessities of Life
To the families suffering and fighting to survive because their providers are imprisoned for their faith, Enduring Hope Network exists to help provide basic necessities of life - food, shelter, clothing, and healthcare - for these families.
Enduring Hope Network exists to provide needed resources, Biblical materials, and prayer support, the ministers can continue to persevere and serve the Lord effectively.
Enduring Hope Network will help launch centers in refugee camps providing wholistic training (vocation, spiritual, relational) to help in transitioning to a new location where the refugees can be productive and thrive.
for the Persecuted Church
- To shine the righteous light of the Lord on Eritrea.
- To share with the world the atrocities that are taking place.
- To speak in churches, gatherings and meeting places.
- To contact government, business, and church leaders.
- To pray.
- To stand united with the persecuted church in Eritrea until god is glorified over every square inch of the country.
Vocational Training Centers
Enduring Hope Network assists Vocational Training Centers in Eritrea to provide job training, small business mentoring, spiritual resources, and needed encouragement. The centers reveal how all good work honors and glorifies God. The centers also provide child-care and tutoring for children of single parents and guardians so they can work to provide for their families.
Persecuted Church Updates
‘Escaping Eritrea’ Filmmaker Evan Williams Describes ‘Phenomenal Sacrifice’ of Eritreans Sneaking Footage Out of CountryThe United Nations estimates that Eritrea is among the top three countries, alongside Syria and South Sudan, with the greatest proportion of their citizens who have become refugees — with 12,500 refugees per 100,000 people.
Stories and Prisoner Profiles
- Pastor Kidane Weldou disappeared from the streets of the Eritrean capital, Asmara, in March 2005. He is being held in a high-security prison in Asmara, along with several other Christian leaders.
- Dr Kiflu Gebremeskel has been in prison in Eritrea since May 2004. Before his arrest he was chair of the Eritrean Evangelical Alliance and a leader in a network of house churches that was banned by the government.