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Nearly 70% of the world’s population lives in countries with high restrictions on religion.*

The Body of Christ is suffering today more than at any point in history… and they need you.

One With Them unites people who can freely express their beliefs with those who are persecuted for their faith, so that the world will see the transforming grace of Jesus Christ.

Here’s how you can be One With Them.

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Over 129,000 people in the U.S. have become One With Them by owning a barbed wire wristband. Wear your wristband in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Christ who share our faith but not our freedom.

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