Children return to orphanage near Miango – Calm has returned to area / Nigerian orphanage farm planting continues — Irish potatoes bloom / Diaper program – Many elderly in Bethlehem die from Covid-19 / Congress is asked to address persecution of Christians in Vietnam
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Construction is underway for the new school building at an IDP camp in NIgeria. The building is being constructed as originally planned, even after delays. RFC is not only constructing but fully outfitting the school for the TIV Tribe. Watch this video to see the construction that is taking place.
Christians in Plateau State, Nigeria are in grave danger as Sunni Muslim Fulani Herdsmen rampage their way through towns and farmland, killing Christians and destroying homes. Our orphanage and farm are in their path. Learn about one Christian orphanage that was miraculously saved during one of these terrible attacks.
Biden recognizes Armenian genocide without using the word “Christian”/ Nigerian orphanage – Muslim terrorist murderers at the gate / School building construction slows because of design change demands / We supply oxygen concentrator that saved lives in Iraq
Over 25% of Jordan’s 10,000,000 residents are classified as refugees. Because of the number of refugees who are not paying taxes, the health care system is strained. A member of the staff of our ministry partner in Jordan contracted Covid-19 recently and was told he had to go onto oxygen immediately.
I was overjoyed when I learned that President Joe Biden was going to issue an official statement recognizing the Armenian Genocide. Then I read President Biden’s statement. He never even mentioned the word “Christian” and also managed to forgive the killers.
Classrooms for Christian IDP children in Benue State, Nigeria / Third year for our farm project at Nigeria orphanage in Plateau State / Detailed results of the annual Religious Freedom Coalition supporter’s poll / Capitol Hill – My conversation with Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska
On March 18th I spent over an hour on a Zoom call with Senator Sasse to discuss the state of religious liberty. I was also able to speak with his National Security Advisor, Brett Fetterly, to discuss in great detail the persecution of Christians in Nigeria and the failure of our government to call out the Sunni Muslim president.
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.
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