ICC Assists with Tuition Fees of Shooting Victim

04/15/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – The terrorist group al-Shabaab attacked Garissa University in April of 2015. The gunmen killed 148 students and wound­ed approximately 80 others. The terrorists separated the students by religion, releasing the Muslims, while proceeding to murder the Christians.

Rachael was among the students attacked for her faith. She suffered seven gunshot wounds to her chest, leg, and back that ren­dered her unable to walk despite multiple surgeries. Against all worldly logic and human nature, she has forgiven her persecutors.

Her family was faced with a pile of medi­cal bills from local and international hos­pitals. Because of this, they were unable to fully pay for her college tuition. ICC stepped in to pay for a portion of her tuition so that she could finish her degree in Counseling Psychology and relieve some of the financial burden on her family.

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