Five months, Pastor Jose and his co-worker Zeneide endured suffering in prison for their Christian witness, orphanage and outreach to the Talibe children of Senegal, Africa. They were arrested on November 6, 2012 with the charge of “converting Muslim children to Christianity.” Jose replied, “I am doing this work because of Jesus. Jesus is love, if I cannot share Jesus with these children, then I really don’t love them...” During the five months in prison Jose and Zeneide witnessed Christ to other inmates. They served others in need, cleaned toilets, bandaged physical wounds and healed spiritual wounds. Spirit of Martyrdom ministries was honored to serve these two martyrs of love; by visiting them in prison, sending letters of encouragement, supplying funds, led a petition of prayer and plea to write the Embassy of Senegal in Washington, DC. All this work has been profitable. On April 5, 2013 Jose and Zeneide were released on bail! Even though the final verdict has not been given by the courts in Senegal, Jose and Zeneide are greatly encouraged. In this five minute video, Pastor Jose tells his story and thanks the partners of Spirit of Martyrdom.