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    VOM Community Voice

    We are not accepting applications to join VOM Voice at this time. Please check back with us at a later date. Thank you for serving our persecuted family.
    Represent VOM in your community.

    If you enjoy connecting with churches and fellow believers throughout your community and region, consider being a Community Voice. As a Community Voice, you will speak on behalf of your persecuted family and have the opportunity to experience lives being changed through their powerful testimonies. VOM will provide you with the training you will need in order to become an official speaker for the Voice of the Martyrs in your community.

    Commitments

    • Pray regularly for your persecuted family
    • Stay informed about Christian persecution worldwide
    • Read the monthly VOM newsletter and be familiar with its content
    • Initiate and complete eight or more ministry opportunities per year to include:
      • Public speaking
      • Represent and display for VOM at local conferences, fairs or other events
      • Promote and participate in the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
    • Maintain monthly phone contact with your Community Voice Coordinator
    • Participate in periodic team meetings with your coordinator and fellow voices
    • Complete training in 6–8 weeks

    Time Commitment

    • On average 3–5 hours a week
    • This is a one-year commitment, renewable by mutual agreement

    Preparation Required

    • Community Voice preparation course online or by correspondence
    • Completion of a practice presentation

    What Others Are Saying

    “Being a Community Voice for VOM is the best thing that has happened to me! I just love attending conferences and sharing the message of our persecuted sisters and brothers.”
    Barb R.
    “I have a passion to pray for persecuted Christians, although I don't know names. Joining [VOM Voice] will help me pray specifically. Thanks for the opportunity.”
    Martin K.
    “Being a voice for our persecuted family reminds me daily of our unity in Christ. Being a voice makes me feel like I am taking my part in that body and fulfilling His purpose for me.”
    Madeline K.
    “Being a voice for the persecuted has added a rich dimension to my prayer life, my understanding of current events, my empathy for fellow Christians around the world and my perspective on life.”
    Paul W.
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