Liberty Relief International is blessed to play a role in this significant opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus in the Middle East and in other areas of the world that are hostile to the gospel of Christ. Your "Gift of Hope" today is a practical and effective way to respond to the real challenges our fellow believers face in Muslim-dominated countries.
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Liberty Relief International received an urgent plea for help yesterday that I need to share with you. One of our Christ-centered partners serving on the frontlines in the Middle East wrote this:
Liberty Relief International wants to help persecuted brothers and sisters grow their faith by sponsoring efforts to feed them the Word of God. Please see my previous update below to learn more about our ongoing outreach to the Middle East. Or click here to help now with your tax-deductible gift of any amount —Mat.
Countless persecuted believers around the world are praying for a copy of God's Word to encourage and strengthen them in their faith. Recently, I received the update below from a Christ-centered partner highlighting the critical need for discipleship resources in the Middle East and elsewhere:
"(I)n many parts of the world, the most dangerous book is the Bible. Yet believers are risking everything to possess a copy of God's Word and share this treasure with others. Getting a copy of the Bible is difficult, and watching eyes are everywhere. … Our brothers and sisters live in some of the most difficult places in the world to follow Jesus, but you can help refresh them spiritually in their time of need."
We've also learned that "hearts are open like never before" to receive God's Word. For example...Read more
One of our Christ-centered partners working in East Africa is asking for prayer after deadly attacks on a Christian college in South Sudan. They are requesting specific prayer for injured and traumatized survivors, as well as for the families of those murdered by soldiers from the Sudan People's Liberation Army.Read more
I recently received a shocking and disturbing email about fellow believers who recently came under attack in South Sudan. Soldiers from the Sudan People's Liberation Army raided a Christian college and began breaking doors and windows. They forced their way into houses and looted the compound. Two of them raped the 14-year-old daughter of a staff member.
Later that day at a nearby primary school, the same group of soldiers killed five school children, three staff members and two other people. But the horror didn't end there. Our Christ-centered partner in the region reports:Read more
The statistic is alarming, which is why I feel led to share it with you again today. If new believers with Muslim backgrounds don't receive active discipleship within six to 12 months of their conversion, 75 percent of them return to Islam. It's shocking, really. Three out of four reject Christ within the first year!Read more
Last week, I told you about an Egyptian brother in Christ murdered by ISIS terrorists about a year ago. Today, I want to tell you about the wife and child he left behind. Her words will stir your heart:Read more
Can you imagine what your Christian life would be like without having a Bible nearby? I certainly can't. I have one nearby everywhere I go -- because I can -- and, more importantly because I need it. It is my go-to resource for life, truth, wisdom, hope, encouragement, spiritual renewal, and so much more.
And that's why I find it hard to imagine how new converts to Christ in Muslim strongholds of the Middle East keep their faith growing without access to the Word of God.Read more
On May 26, 2017 — almost exactly one year ago — ISIS gunmen in Egypt opened fire on vehicles carrying Christians to Friday services at a monastery. The vicious attack, which occurred on the first day of Ramadan, injured 23 and killed 29. Elderly believers and children were among the dead.
One of our Christ-centered partners in the Middle East recently spoke to the family of a husband and father murdered in the terror attack. The man's 10-year-old son witnessed the execution. "The terrorist shouted he had to convert to Islam," the boy recalled.Read more