Evan and Lara live with their three children in Iraq. Like many families, they dreamed of one day building a large house to live in together. Unfortunately, due to sectarianism in the region, this dream went up in smoke as Evan lost his job when his factory was shut down. Making the most of their difficult circumstances, Evan now participates in an outreach ministry, but the family is still struggling financially.
When ICC connected with this family, we soon learned that Lara has a knack for baking sweet treats. Therefore, we provided her with the equipment necessary to start up her own bakery, including a refrigerator, a stove, a mixer, cooking utensils, and more.
With these tools, Lara is able to sell cakes to support her family. By advertising on social media and with the support of satisfied customers, she is already building up a reputation for her business.
She shared, "I wanted to start working before Valentine’s Day and it happened. I sold eight cakes for [Valentine’s Day]. All the customers liked the taste. Thank you for helping me to be part of the community." … See MoreSee Less
When we first seek the Kingdom of God He will give you the desires of your heart hallelujahhhhhh God is always 🙏✝️on Time
Amid the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Biden administration conducted a drone strike against what it believed was an ISIS-K facilitator. After weeks of denials, it has now been revealed that the strike killed ten innocent civilians including seven children and an employee of a U.S.-based NGO. … See MoreSee Less
Afghanistan is the little worst place than pakistan
Of all the certified creeps that the US could eliminate!…
Christians in India’s Madhya Pradesh state have appealed to President Ram Nath Kovind for protection against radical Hindu nationalists. This appeal comes as Christians from the Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh face threats of church demolition from both radicals and local authorities. … See MoreSee Less