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Help make sure Christians in the Middle East have food this Christmas 

Project(s): 00-636     Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, South and East Asia, Pakistan  
Barnabas is feeding more than 2,000 needy Christian families in Pakistan

Barnabas Fund is providing food and essential winter aid to thousands of homeless and hungry Iraqi Christians. As our needy, displaced brothers and sisters in northern Iraq face the onset of the harshest winter months, we are distributing food parcels to help them survive.

 
Project(s): 00-1032     Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, Syria  
Can you help Barnabas provide Christian children in Syria with hats and scarves again this winter?

Help Barnabas provide winterisation kits for displaced families in Syria

Displaced Syrian Christians, who have fled their homes as a result of the violence of Islamic State and other Islamist militant groups, face harsh winter conditions.

 
Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, Iraq  
Displaced Iraqi Christians living outside of Duhok

Bringing “Sawra” (Hope): Help Barnabas provide a tented camp for displaced Iraqi Christians

In Northern Iraq the scale of the refugee problem is enormous. Communities have been forced out of their homes of 1,900 years, they cannot go back and they need good accommodation.

 
Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, Iraq  
The tents are state-of-the-art, military-level accommodations built to survive harsh conditions

Homes for dispossessed at Camp Sawra (Hope): Help Barnabas provide a tented camp for displaced Iraqi Christians

Barnabas Fund urgently needs your help to provide warm homes for dispossessed and displaced Iraqi Christians this winter.

 
Country/Region: Africa, Sierra Leone  
Kenema, one of eight badly-affected districts in Sierra Leone where Barnabas Fund is helping

Help the churches of Ebola-stricken West Africa to bring aid

As the Ebola epidemic accelerates, paralysing entire economies and societies in West Africa, churches in Sierra Leona and Liberia are springing into action to help the victims.

 
Country/Region: South and East Asia, Myanmar, Burma  
The children’s happy lives at the orphanages are worlds apart from the trauma they have known

Help show Christ’s love to needy, orphaned Christian children in Burma (Myanmar)

Displaced children from mainly Christian ethnic minorities in Burma (Myanmar) often experience unimaginable trauma and suffering in their young lives.

 
Country/Region: Middle East and North Africa, Iraq  
Iraqi Christians

Help prevent displaced Iraqi Christians from dying in freezing winter

As winter approaches, hundreds of thousands of displaced Iraqi Christians in Iraqi Kurdistan are living in fear of a silent killer: the freezing winter cold...

 
christian, persecution, charity, church, persecuted, sookhdeo, Islam

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    • Praise God that local police in the village of Tehsil Summodri, Faisalabad District, Pakistan acted to withdraw false allegations of blasphemy against 31 Christians and 23 other villagers. The allegations under Section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code (which carries a mandatory death sentence) were made on 2 September when Christians were ploughing a piece of land given to them for free by its Muslim owner to extend the local Christian cemetery. A group of Muslims accused them of desecrating Muslim graves. The police investigation revealed that the land had been a Muslim cemetery many years earlier but the graves had been moved elsewhere. They changed the charges to the lesser ones under Section 297 (which carries a maximum prison sentence of one year or a fine). It is very unusual for the Pakistani police to defend the rights of Christians in this way. Pray that others will follow their example. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed 15 hours ago

    • School text-books in Turkey are still teaching that the Armenians and most other Christian minorities of the Ottoman Empire a century ago were agents of enemy foreign powers such as Britain and Russia. This, the books say, was the reason for what they call the “necessary deportation” of the Christians. Turkey still does not accept blame for the deaths of at least 1.5 million Armenian and Assyrian Christians, many massacred or dying of deprivation as they were force-marched out of their homeland. Next year, 2015, is the 100th anniversary of the worst year of the Armenian and Assyrian Genocide. Please pray that the innocent suffering of these faithful believers will be recognised by every country and that the world will resolve never to let such a genocide happen again. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Thu, Nov 2014 00:00

    • Pray for 27 Christians, believed to be from various Asian countries, who were detained overnight by the Saudi authorities on 5 September for worshipping at a private home in Khafji. The home had been under surveillance since a neighbour had reported suspicious activities there. Pray that the Lord will protect His people in Saudi Arabia, where it is illegal to practise a non-Islamic religion in public but supposedly permissible to do so in private. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Wed, Nov 2014 00:00

    • Wao, a predominantly Christian town on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, is protesting against its inclusion in the new semi-independent Islamic region of Bangsamoro. Wao’s mayor, Elvino Balicao, is seeking exemption from the Bangsamoro government and its Islamic law and has asked that the town remain under the central government. He said that the town is 83% Christian and that local churches support exemption from Bangsamoro. Wao is in the centre of the Muslim-majority province of Lanao del Sur. Pray that the Lord will protect His people and that Wao will gain exemption from the Bangsamoro government. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Tue, Nov 2014 00:00

    • Our Father in Heaven, we lift up our brothers and sisters serving sentences in labour camps in North Korea, whether foreigners like Kenneth Bae from the USA, or the far greater number of North Korean believers whose names we do not know but You do. Please pour out Your grace into their lives as they suffer hunger, exhaustion, pain and imprisonment for the sake of Christ. May they continue steadfast in their faith, loving their enemies and praying for their persecutors. May their Christ-like lives draw other North Koreans to You. Subscribe to the prayer points rss feed Mon, Nov 2014 00:00

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