Christians in Central Asia regularly experience persecution, especially in remote villages. Jamat lives with his grandmother in one of these villages. They go to a very small house church, and since there are not a lot of Christians in their village (and they are not afraid of letting people know that they are Believers), they experience persecution. Jamat is teased at school by other children who say his family is full of “betrayers” for becoming Christians. His grandmother is unable to find work; no one wants to hire or associate with a Christian. When ICC’s Representatives told us about Jamat and his grandmother we knew we wanted to help. They felt that a milking cow would be the perfect fit for them. They could both take care of the cow and both sell and use the milk. This has created a sustainable business, as well as a new friend for Jamat!
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Please pray for the 40 Christians recently kidnapped during a worship service in Nigeria. ... See MoreSee Less
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Jehovah God of Armies,Deliver the captive