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Nigerian Christians Praying for the American Church and Need Our Help

Nigerian Christians Photo property of Voice of the Persecuted Project 133 Nigeria

“We are praying for you in America!” A group of Nigerian Christians gathered to worship the Lord despite the hardships and atrocities they face.

(Voice of the Persecuted) This past weekend, Nigerian Christians listened to a sermon about letting go of bitterness and thoughts of revenge. To forgive and to have the heart of Jesus. They also prayed for us, the American Church!!! They are praying for our elections as what happens here also greatly affects them. They always remember us in their prayers, let us keep them daily in our prayers too. Pray also for Gideon, a courageous man of God and our refugee camp project leader. Much love for Brother Gideon and all our Nigerian brothers and sisters. Their faith is unshakable in a world that is shaken—a great witness for us in the West. They are so loving and giving, even sending Christmas cards and a video singing a carol for us. Our hearts and prayers are with them. To not only know them but to serve them is such a blessing.

These dear ones are suffering horrific atrocities by the Boko Haram and now endangered by the Fulani who have become emboldened by their collaboration with Boko Haram terrorists. Most have lost family members in the jihadists terror campaign. Please pray for peace in Nigeria and that these dear saints will soon be able to SAFELY go back home and start rebuilding their lives. Many have been living in refugee camps for years. Imagine what it must be like living in those conditions for so long.

At this time, it is still UNSAFE for those we aid to return to their villages. The Nigerian government is sharing they have beaten the terrorists. But they have NOT stopped the Boko Haram and now must seriously deal with the rising attacks by the Fulani. We have CONFIRMED attacks are still taking place EVERY OTHER DAY near the Sambisa, a Boko Haram stronghold. Where’s the media coverage???

If your able to help support the mission that is caring for these dear ones, please do! Their needs are immense. We’ve been asked to care for more, a new total of 10,000 displaced people. We really need your help.

No Gift Is Too Small to Make a Difference!

We are committed to being a VOICE for persecuted Nigerian Christians and bring them comfort, relief and encouragement. We have committed to a long-term mission in Nigeria. When they are able to return home. we will be there to help rebuild villages and their lives. They will not be forgotten!

We want you to know that even in great hardship, they thank God and feel extremely blessed that He has kept His hand on them. They have been so encouraged and thank God for each one of you who have joined this mission through prayer and your support.

Together with your generous help, we can reach the goal to alleviate horrific suffering. In darkness and desperation, let us serve in love, with open arms and giving hands to provide light and hope.



Everyday, we thank God that He is working through you to care for His children and further His Kingdom! As you greatly bless others, may God continue to bless you. Thank you so much for your support. We couldn’t do it without you!
You may also send your gift to:

2740 Third St
P.O. Box 122
Trenton, MI. 48183

If the Lord is placing it on your heart and you are able, please help us to continue the mission in Nigeria. It will be a long term project. Donations always desperately needed.

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Joseph Kim: The Family I Lost In North Korea. And The Family I Gained.

A refugee now living in the US, Joseph Kim tells the story of his life in North Korea during the famine years. His life was changed after meeting an ‘Underground Pastor’ and how a small act of love made all the difference.. He’s begun to create a new life — but he still searches for the family he lost.

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