Posts Tagged ‘ orphans ’

CHRISTMAS FOR REFUGEES HOLDS FIRST PROGRAM IN NIGERIA

Dec 12th, 2017 | By
Christian children at Nigerian orphanage hold Christmas celebration

The Tabitha Evangel Ministries (TEM) orphanage houses about 190 children. Almost all of them are parentless. This past December they were able to celebrate a real Christmas including a puppet show, songs and games. Because none were available in the Jos area, coloring books celebrating the birth of Jesus were carried from the United States, something we rarely ever do as it is costly. But the coloring contests at the Christmas events are one of the most favorite activities for the children.



Chairman’s Report October 29, 2014

Nov 4th, 2014 | By

In this issue: Religious Freedom Coalition chairman William J. Murray announced that plans for thousands of Christmas dinners of Christian refugee children were on schedule / Christmas dinner program may expand / Post Card program to Congress demanding a stop to funding for Sunni Islamist fighters in Iraq and Syria be stopped / The I Stand Sunday program to stop repression of pastors in Houston was a great success



US supported al-Qaeda rebels have nuns and orphans trapped

Dec 2nd, 2013 | By

The Damascus-based Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East for Greek Orthodox announced in this new statement that about 40 nuns and orphans are trapped inside the monastery of St. Thecla (Saint Takla / Mar Takla) in the Christian village of Maaloula (Ma’loula) in the north of Damascus.