Pastor Peter, a Kenyan preacher living in Nairobi, has been taking trips to serve Christians in Ethiopia for seven years now.More
For believers around the world, the Bible has transformed their lives in miraculous ways. We want to hear how it has transformed yours!
Perhaps it has restored "joy" back to your heart. Maybe you have leaned on the Word for "peace" in the midst of life’s storms. Maybe you have learned the sometimes difficult lesson of "forgiveness" through the ultimate example of the Gospel.
Unfortunately, many persecuted believers around the world do not have access to the written Word of God. Therefore, we are committed to providing Bibles to persecuted communities in a form that is accessible to them. For more information and to learn how you can get involved, visit: bit.ly/2TS0PPz … See MoreSee Less
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A VERY STRONG FAITH IN VERY HARD TIMES XXXX
Pulled up from the dirt of Sin to a new life with Unconditional love.😊
Is the only hope and strength in life
I was a foster child, no real guidance from any adult. I did not know how to do or be anything. The Bible and its principles kept me from giving in to all the temptations there are in life. I had children and was an absent father home. Keeping with my simple guide book, my adult children turned out great in my opinion, considering. I was a mom who stayed home. A mom who came home from work. A mom who, in spite of a mental illness and bad background, had one chance encounter with a man who took time to reach out to me, chose a different, hard, lonely but rewarding path. I would like to give him credit too because with out him, I may have not been here today. He showed what Gods love is. Everyone needs to know how important they are to others.
In India, converts from Hinduism to Christianity are the victims of some of the most severe persecution. Sometimes the persecution takes form in the denial of education and job opportunities. Other times, converts are driven from their homes denied access to public services, like clean water. In the most extreme cases, they are physically attacked, or killed. Often, when they seek legal justice, they are arrested and imprisoned on false charges.
ICC sees the enormity and complexity of the persecution facing our Christian family in India. We understand that no single project or strategy will be adequate. In response, we approach this issue from many angles and will continue to.
Some of the ways that we serve our persecuted family in India are medical care, food aid, legal assistance, vocational training, educational assistance, Bible distributions, Gospel broadcasting, evangelism support, and more! If you are interested in supporting these efforts, visit bit.ly/2UdsJ5L to give today. … See MoreSee Less
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