From the desk of:
Mat Staver, President
Liberty Relief International
Countless persecuted believers around the world are praying for a copy of God's Word to encourage and strengthen them in their faith. The update below from a Christ-centered, frontline partner highlights the critical need for discipleship resources in Muslim dominated regions:
"(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."
This month, Liberty Relief International is continuing our work with a Christian-outreach partner whose workers can carry Bibles into Muslim-controlled areas at a cost of about $5.00 each. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to provide Bibles and other needed resources to believers who risk everything to survive in hostile environments. Right now, we are less than 50% toward meeting that goal.
Please click here or on the banner below to help sponsor Bibles and other vital resources for persecuted Christians, new believers with Muslim backgrounds and "seekers" in the Middle East and other regions:
We're doing everything possible to feed the Word of God to brothers and sisters living under violence, oppression and brutality. Why? Because our Christ-centered partner has told us, "The one thing these secret believers pray for the most is a copy of the Bible."
Thank you, in advance, for being a lifeline of provision to these brothers and sisters.
P.S. Help us reach our $10,000 goal this month to provide Bibles and other vital resources to persecuted Christians in Muslim dominated regions where Bibles are both scarce and dangerous, but greatly desired. By making a tax-deductible gift of ANY AMOUNT today, you can help feed the Word of God to people who want to know more about Jesus.