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04/04/2022 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Mona, 25, lives as a single mother after she and her daughter fled the home where she lived with her abusive Muslim husband. In an effort to provide for her daughter, she took a position in a medical laboratory owned by a Christian doctor. Thanks largely to the Christian hymns he played in the lab, she began to explore her own faith and eventually converted to Christianity.

In order to set Mona up for long-term success, ICC helped her establish her own hairdressing business, which she can operate from an extra room in her parents’ home. ICC provided her with furniture, hairstyling tools, and makeup tools to alleviate the initial start-up costs.

She expressed, “I dreamt of [a] modest hair straightener and makeup tools, but God is generous. He gave me more than I deserve.”

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