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ICC Relocates Christian Convert in Kenya

July 06, 2020:

Upon converting to Christianity, Sadiq no longer felt safe living with his Muslim family where he was unable to practice his Christian faith openly.

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ICC Restores a Church in Kenya

June 29, 2020:

In May 2019, a conflict between local Christians and Muslims escalated into riots which affected the community at large.

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ICC Provides a Taxi Business for a Widow in Pakistan

June 22, 2020:

In 2018, Solomon was killed by a group of Muslims on his anniversary, leaving behind his wife and three children.

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ICC Relocates a Persecuted Christian Wife

June 18, 2020:

In 2018, Anna accepted Christ after hearing the Good News from a relative. Knowing that her newfound faith placed her at risk in her predominantly Muslim community, she tried to hide her faith.

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ICC Spreads the Gospel into North Korea

June 14, 2020:

In North Korea, arguably the most restrictive nation in the world, creativity is essential when reaching out to those in need.

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Indicted Burmese Pastor Receives Medical Care from ICC

June 13, 2020:

In December 2018, Pastor Aung Tun Oo from Agape Baptist Church in Mandalay, the second largest city in Myanmar, was invited to a local monastery to present Christmas gifts and donations to children.

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ICC Provides Food Aid for Mob Victims

June 08, 2020:

In early 2020, a mob of Hindu extremists wreaked havoc on six Christian homes in their village in India.

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ICC Provides COVID-19 Aid to Persecuted Families in Pakistan

June 04, 2020:

Like many countries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistan placed its population on lockdown to curb the spread of the virus.

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Hope House: Encouraging Faith Amidst a Pandemic

June 03, 2020:

The coronavirus has caused shutdowns, fear, and scarcity across the world as nations come to grips with the newest reality.

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ICC Develops Autoshop for Family Displaced by ISIS

June 01, 2020:

Nishwan and his family used to live in the bustling city of Mosul, Iraq. Nishwan worked in an auto repair shop, which pro­vided a good living for his three daughters.

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