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These include videos showing the suffering of the church in a variety of countries and some of the projects we are involved in as an organisation. There are also some talks and interviews given at different times by Dr Patrick Sookhdeo - Barnabas Fund’s International Director (most of these are audio only).

The majority of the videos can also be ordered as a DVD presentation free of charge from here. This is the best option if you wish to show them on anything larger than a computer screen due to the increased picture quality.

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