1 Peter 4:10: As each has received a gift, employ it for one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace.
As part of our acclimation program, we will offer specific job skills training in the trades, technology, and other areas where individuals can obtain gainful employment.
We will assist newly arriving Christians with learning English.
We will teach specific cultural mores, our Constitution, our political system and history.
We will seek to offer K-12 education and higher educational opportunities.
The Christians being killed in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, and Nigeria don’t have an advocate in the White House, so we will be their advocate. We will be a place they can to look for help.
Persecution of Christians in the Middle East, which has already forced tens of thousands of men, women and children to flee for their lives, is a 21st century genocide.
Christians must take part in rallies and speak at their churches to bring greater awareness and attention to the plight of Christians who are being persecuted in their homelands of Africa and the Middle East.
Syrian men and women rebuilding the churches that the terrorists destroyed in old Homs, Syria.
According to the Melkite Patriarch Gregory the Great, 88 Christian churches have been destroyed or damaged in some way as a result of the civil war in Syria. The majority of the damage is within the Melkite community, but numbers do not matter as this civil war affects all Christians.
A Catholic priest inspects the damage at Mar Elian monastery in Al-Qaryatain, Syria, April 8, 2016. The town was recently retaken from ISIS by Syrian government forces.
Muslim Terrorists attack a bus full of Coptic Christians on Pilgrimage including many children killing 28 injuring over 22 on May 26, 2017.
On Palm Sunday 2017, Egyptian Church bombings: nearly four dozen people were killed after two explosions targeting Coptic Christians in Tantra and Alexandria. Pictured, the blood covered floor in St. George's Church in Tanta, Egypt.
ISIS beheaded 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians who were working in Libya.
Now that ISIS is gone, the faithful left in Qaraqosh, Iraq are working to rebuild about 2,600 homes for families who want to return to occupy the area. Faith leaders in the area fear if they don’t rebuild as quickly as possible, Christians will be unable to return and, as Father Salar Kajo told World, “If we take more time, families will leave and Christianity will disappear from Iraq.”
Iraqi Soldiers discovered a mass grave in early March 2018 west of Mosul consisting of the remains of 40 Assyrians Christians, slaughtered by Islamic terrorists, all of them found holding their crosses.
Christian orphans stuck in limbo in Iraqi as adoption isn't possible under Iraqi law due to Islamic Law. USA Christians have inquired to adopt & are turned away. Individuals face hurdles getting aid to Iraqi orphanages.
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World's Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries for Christians to Live
The 2017 Open Doors World Watch List marks the 25th anniversary of chronicling and ranking countries on the persecution of Christians. Over the past 25 years, only three countries have topped the list: North Korea (2002 – 2017), Saudi Arabia (1993 – 1995; 1998 – 2001) and Somalia (1996 – 1997). The 25-year cumulative top 10 list includes: