Restoring Futures







23Jan

Cracking Open the Darkness

For many of us, 2016 has already begun to overwhelm—it has for me! If that's you, too, join with me for a moment to take a deep breath and remember all that the Lord has done over the past year. As you're doing that, I want to help you recall that your generous partnership with the North Korean Christians Ministry has given us many reasons to celebrate!

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20Jan

Shoes for Leprosy Patients

In November, the Compassion Club gave $5,620 to the Leprosy Ministry to provide 964 pairs of special shoes to leprosy patients in India. Specifically made with leprosy patients in mind, these shoes use materials less likely to cause injury to their ulcer-prone feet, and use velcro rather than laces to make them easier to put on and take off.

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20Jan

Compassion for Widows

Thanks to our faithful Compassion Club members, Heaven's Family has supplied the pressing needs of widows and abandoned women around the world this past year. The Club joined with Heaven's Family's Widows & Abandoned Women Ministry, providing $5,854 for various needs that blessed dozens of women.

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20Jan

A Channel for Good

You may recall last June when I told you about a man named Jafer who has a powerful TV and internet program that reaches Muslims around the world. Though he often receives death threats, they haven't stopped Jafer's outreach.

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19Jan

You Stood By Us

Bahira and her family had to flee from their home in Syria when militants captured their city. They found refuge in another part of Syria, but now live in an unfinished building with only a roof over their heads—no walls, no electricity and no water—an "apartment" they must pay $67 a month for. But it's better than the alternative...and it's winter in Syria now, too.

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18Jan

Sending Out The 12

Um Vorn wears many hats in Brasat Muoy Village—husband, father, pastor, farmer and teacher. He is one of 12 men and women scattered all over rural Cambodia who have been tasked with a very special assignment: educate children, and do all you can to prevent them from becoming victims of human trafficking and slavery, an endemic problem throughout Southeast Asia.

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12Jan

Two Kinds of Bread for Refugees

Just over a year ago, Qaraqosh was home to almost 60,000 people and Iraq's largest Christian population. But when ISIS stormed through the city's defensive line, a mass exodus began. Fearful, many fled during the night with only the clothes on their backs. Their entire lives were left behind in Qaraqosh, and into the hands of ISIS.

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