The Chairman's Report for February 26, 2021

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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

Demanding that Biden continue Trump policy on Nigeria

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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.

Letter to Biden Urging Support of Religious Freedom

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"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."

The Chairman's Report for January 29, 2021

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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

A Look into Christmas for Refugees in Lebanon

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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.

The Chairman's Report for January 8, 2021

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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

Syrian Christian Children are Suffering

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The Christian children of Syria are suffering, not only those facing jihadists, but those that are in deep poverty in Lebanon. What happened? The programs I began in the Middle East were designed not only to help the beleaguered Christians materially but most importantly -- spiritually.

Christmas for Refugees despite COVID-19

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There were no large Christmas for Refugees events this year with hundreds of children celebrating the birth of our Lord except in Syria and Nigeria. The events may have been toned down, but they were still about Jesus. Instead of games and song, children received special gifts.

The Chairman's Report for December 4, 2020

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The election: A loss? Social Conservatives made big gains in Congress / At least 15 NEW pro-life women elected to Congress under Nancy Pelosi / Christmas for Refugees program begins in Lebanon and other areas / Farm we sponsored for the Nigerian orphanage really produced this year!

Christmas for Refugees Events Begin

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Because of COVID-19, more Christmas events held this year in Lebanon for children than in the rest of the Middle East because the events will be smaller. In most instances children will walk through one at a time indoors, but because of local rules, some will be held outdoors.