The disaster of December: Our office shut down for most of the month / Exploding water heater floods our office and Post Office “misplaces” our mail / Photo spread of our Christmas programs in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Iraq / Nigeria orphanage celebrates “Jesus birthday” during classroom construction
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Our processing service received no mail at our postal boxes in Washington, DC for most days in December. It gets worse … It was not just mail held in December. Some envelopes were post marked as far back as September 1st. It took four months for those checks to reach us!
Christmas for Refugees successful despite Covid-19 / The cause of the suffering of Syrian Christian children / Heart for the Persecuted Church – Unification of our programs / Working with the Tiv Tribe in Nigeria to help displaced Christians
In Lebanon the Christmas programs will reach over 4,000 children, of which 2,435 are Christian refugees from Syria. Other children are from Iraq, and there are also some Lebanese children affected by the large explosion in Beirut and the collapse of the Lebanese currency.
The hope that Muslims destroyed along with an orphanage in Miango / Our farm was lost but the lives of the children were saved / Adult special needs diapers in the West Bank and other areas / Christmas program will help poorest Christian refugees in the Middle East
Purchase of 15 seat VW Transporter “bus” for use in Jos city / New classrooms under construction at site of rented building / New playground equipment purchased / New school uniforms / Christmas for Refugees financial goals not met. Lebanon in crisis
Right now, every gift to Christmas for Refugees is being doubled by the Matching Gift Fund set up by the Leadership Circle. Our goal is to provide a real Christmas for 12,500 displaced Christian children, many of them from war torn Syria.
New orphanage location: Beds with new mattresses delivered / Orphans move into new quarters. New clothes and shoes / Funds authorized for classroom constructions and new generator / Christmas for Refugees program updates / Adult diaper needs in West Bank
Thanks to the good-hearted supporters of the Religious Freedom Coalition, 360 Christian children forced from their homes by Sunni Muslim terrorists will be able to receive an education in a safe building out of the rain during rainy season and out of the blistering sun during the summer months.
Our Christian orphanage we support in Miango, Nigeria was destroyed by Muslim Fulani Herdsmen in early August. Thanks to the generous supporters of the Religious Freedom Coalition, we were able to rent them a new facility and provide them with many material needs. Watch this video to hear their gratitude for your support!