Orphaned By a Church Bombing: God’s Strange Plans

11/24/2021 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Imagine sitting in church this Sunday when suddenly a bomb goes off. In an instant, countless lives are lost and the survivors’ lives are shattered. This is a painfully real threat for many Christians living in persecuted nations.

In 2013, two suicide bombers struck All Saints Church in Pakistan, killing more than 100 people and injuring hundreds more. Among the most affected victims of this attack were the children left orphaned by the bombing. While we couldn’t erase the trauma of that devastating day, we did come alongside many of these children to help them know that the Church is standing with them. We provided them with a quality education so that they could stay in school despite the trials they have faced.

From 2013 to this day, we are still caring for those children who are still of school age. We pray that you are blessed by this letter from one of the students, reflecting on “God’s strange plans.” Thank you for your continued support and God bless.

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