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Nigeria mission trip success as attacks continue.

Apr 23rd, 2018 | By

Our Easter event at the orphanage had to be cut short to move children out of the camp for safety. The orphanage is under constant threat as are all Christian institutions in the “Middle Belt.” All we can really do is show love and support by helping wherever we can.



Visit to a bombed church

Apr 17th, 2018 | By
Car the suicide bomber drove on the grounds of the church as a reminder.

On Easter Sunday, I attended one of the churches that had been bombed in 2012.  That was a bad year for church bombings in Nigeria; many hundreds died and thousands were injured while in worship services at their churches.



Trump’s State Department: Iranian Christians not Welcome in USA

Mar 2nd, 2018 | By

Under the Trump Administration in 2017, a total of forty Iranians and their families were handed Green Cards under the EB-5 program that sells resident status for an investment. Of those, only four put up $1,000,000 and the other thirty-six, received Green Cards



The Soviet Union: A Third World Super Power

Feb 13th, 2018 | By
William J Murray reports from the Soviet Union in 1990.

From a recently found archive William J. Murray reports on the real conditions in the Soviet Union in 1990. The nation was poverty stricken and unable to cut the grass around monuments to communism



Qaraqosh Diaper Distribution

Feb 7th, 2018 | By

In 2017 we were able to expand our program from providing not only diapers for families with babies, but we were also able to provide much needed sanitary pads for women, and also adult diapers for the elderly and disabled. The following testimony was shared by one of our ministry partners from the February 5, 2018 diaper distribution.



Original HR-390 language must be reinstated

Feb 6th, 2018 | By

The original bill had three main purposes:  First, HR-390 would give assistance for victims of genocide; Second, HR-390 demanded accountability for the perpetrators of genocide and Third, HR-390 would give Christian victims of genocide priority refugee status.



Three major Christmas celebrations in Qaraqosh

Jan 19th, 2018 | By

When I visited Qaraqosh in June 2017 only a handful of families had returned because of the level of destruction and the unsanitary conditions made living there nearly impossible.
In December of 2017, there were about 5,046 families, but the exact number is variable because some give up after a short period there.  Living in a burnt out home with no major appliances such as stoves or refrigerators is difficult, especially for those with young children or family members having special medical conditions. The civilians are still waiting for the reconstruction efforts they need so much, generators, electricity, water, …etc.



THE FIRST FREEDOM

Jan 16th, 2018 | By
William Murray speaking at the site of the drafting of the Virginia Act Establishing Religious Freedom in 1777.

All liberty, known more popularly as freedom today, is born in the heart of God. The forces of evil are always ready to steal our liberty and our hope away from us. In America the liberty we have was handed down to us by men of good character who did indeed believe the Bible was the supreme guide, and this America must never forget.



Jewish terrorist who nearly killed Messianic boy seeks prison furlough

Jan 10th, 2018 | By
The bomb planted by Jack Teitel exploded on a solid oak table tearing a hole it it. Amiel's blood can be seen on the floor behind the table.

In Israel the first ever convicted Jewish terrorist who nearly killing a Messianic teen with a pipe bomb disguised as a Purim gift is requesting a leave of prison to attend his newborn son’s circumcision.



The Chairman’s Report for January 5th, 2018

Jan 5th, 2018 | By
Nearly 300 Iraqi and Syrian Christian refugee children play a game similar to "Simon says" during a Christmas celebration in Amman. Christmas, 2017

Christmas events for Christian refugee children is now in four countries!
Nigeria, held it’s first Christmas for Refugees event at an orphanage in the heart of the conflict zone. In Lebanon each child received a meal and a toy, usually a board game that could be shared at home, or Gospel themed coloring and work books. The families received double thick blankets. These blankets were manufactured in Lebanon by a non-profit organization made up of Syrian refugees.