The Religious Freedom Coalition is funding the construction of school buildings at IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) Camps in Nigeria. Many of the Christian families in these camps are there as a result of fleeing Islamist terror and persecution.
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Post cards to Biden demanding action in Nigeria sent to all supporters! / We build classrooms for Nigerian Christian children in displacement camps / Religious Freedom Coalition supporters back Nigeria and diaper programs / Adult diaper delivery to disabled Christian elderly in Middle East
Our Diapers for Refugees program is still curtailed by Covid-19 which is severe in the Middle East. Despite the difficulties, there are successes in places such as Bethlehem and Beit Sahour in the West Bank. In Iraq, Jordan and the West Bank diapers must be delivered to homes and care centers because of government restrictions.
In this update from William J. Murray, learn about the different areas the Religious Freedom Coalition is helping the persecuted Christians in Nigeria. These efforts include the continued partnership with an orphanage along with a new venture we have begun which is centered around building school houses for displaced children.
WATCH: We have partnered with the Tiv Tribe to build one school building for children to learn away from the beating sun and pouring rain. But I believe we can do even better, as there are thousands of displaced children who need some form of education.
Post Card Campaign to Joe Biden successful. Thousands mailed so far! / Everyone receiving newsletter will receive a post card to mail to Biden. / Diapers for Refugees programs in Iraq, Jordan and the Holy Land / Food program in Bethlehem helps Christian families in extreme poverty
Joe Biden has issued an executive order to undo what he called the “Muslim travel ban” that was established by President Trump to put pressure on areas with increased Sunni Muslim terrorist activities… including Nigeria.
“We write as an informal group of organizations and individuals, who are scholars, religious and secular leaders, human rights advocates, and practitioners to urge you to prioritize U.S. leadership in the area of international religious freedom.”
More results from Christmas programs in Middle East – New photos! / Christmas program in Lebanon expanded – Over 5,000 children reached / In Syria program expanded to 3,823 children, with new towns served / Nigeria orphanage conducts traditional Christmas programs
At one event in Lebanon, children were greeted by costumed characters. Then they heard a story as they watched a woman make candy canes. The children were told how the different colors of the candy can represented different aspects of the Gospel story. The children were then given their gifts.