The Cost

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The Cost

Here you can check out the current, and old, editions of our super dooper little mini mag, The Cost.

We send them out to subscribers for free around 3 times a year. All editions feature articles to get you thinking, suggestions to get you praying and ideas to get you acting on behalf of your persecuted family. We also include a few interviews and campaign updates! If you’d like us to send you the next edition, just fill out the form over there and we’ll get on it!

The Cost Mag

The Cost (Edition six)

The Autumn 2015 edition features an interview with Brother Andrew, a chat with Jasper Rutherford on finding joy in the struggle and info on our Iraq and Syria appeal!
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The Cost (Edition four)

Our 4th edition of the Cost was created in Autumn 2014 and looks specifically at the secret church around the world. Plus there's also an update of our #weareN campaign...
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The Cost (Edition 8)

Check out the special Blackout 2016 edition of our little mini-mag, The Cost...
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The Cost (Edition 7)

Our 7th edition of the Cost was created in January 2016 and looks at the theme of prayer, with a focus on North Korea and Iraq...
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The Cost (Edition five)

Our early 2015 edition features Mike Pilavachi on risk, Gavin Calver on silence and some stuff on Blackout!
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The Cost (Edition three)

Our summer 2014 edition of The Cost focusses on our new campaign, It's Time. Plus we have a look at following Jesus and interview Miriam from Fusion about boldness! Read on this page here...

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The Cost (Edition two)

From early 2014 here's a special (shorter) edition of the Cost magazine focussing on our fundraising event, Blackout and an extended look at life as a Christian in North Korea!
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The Cost (Edition one)

This first ever edition features an extended look at the Save Syria campaign, stuff on social networking, an interview with the Rend Collective and a look at Christianity's history of violence!

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