Personal mission report from Nigeria…Progress at the orphanage / Celebration of the deliverance of the children from certain death in 2021 / Personal visit to site of attacks in Mangu and delivery of aid to IDP / Personal visit to seriously wounded Christians awaiting surgeries in hospital.
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In 2018 when I visited the orphanage at Miango, waste from the girls hostel building was draining from a pipe to an open pit. The children were receiving two meals a day consisting of gruel. Five years later, so much has changed for the better.
On August 2, 2021 our Christian orphanage in Miango Nigeria was destroyed by Fulani Herdsmen. Two years later, the children reflect on that fateful day and how far they have come through the supporters of the Religious Freedom Coalition.
New classroom building at Nigeria orphanage almost complete. / First big crop from our farm – Irish potatoes are harvested. / Costs up for adult diapers for special needs elderly Christians in Bethlehem. / ALERT – Matching gift fund will help Christmas and Diaper programs.
The Leadership Circle is a group of RFC supporters who have come together to create a matching gift fund. For many years the matching gift fund was only available for the Christmas program. The Matching Gift Fund has been changed for 2023.
Our orphanage in Jos, Nigeria is now in its final construction stage as Block B classrooms are being completed. WATCH: Video of volunteers carrying concrete up an unsteady ramp, bucket-by-bucket.
The brother of our principal at the orphanage school was murdered by the Sunni Muslim Fulani. We have ordered emergency aid to those made homeless who are now living in a temporary IDP camp.
Dollar dropping in value will affect all ministry operations’ power / Temporary classrooms made of scrap lumber must be replaced / Orphanage farm may produce many tons of potatoes and corn / Former Nigerian governor flatly states Christians must accept Muslim rule
Nasir El-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna State from 2015 to 2023 confessed to the goal of Islamification of Nigeria in a speech to his tribe that has been posted on social media without his permission. Inside is a report on the context of the speech, which was delivered in Hausa, a tribal language of Nigeria.
The devaluation of the dollar means we must pay more for products in nations we operate in such as Jordan or Iraq. In Nigeria the cost of food has been stable, but products used in construction have increased. This means our current project of creating a school room has gotten more expensive.
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