When Daesh (ISIS) extremists committed genocide, there were fears it could spell the end of almost 2,000 years of continuous Christian presence in Iraq. But – thanks to you – a miracle of love has taken place.
As COVID-19 runs rampant across Brazil, claiming more than 180,000 lives – the second highest number of deaths from the disease in the world – the Church has intensified its work helping those worst hit by the virus.
The terror that many Christians face is something hard to comprehend in the West. Around the world, countless numbers of Christians are kidnapped, attacked or killed – and all because of their faithfulness to Christ.
Lebanon’s capital Beirut is still reeling from the explosion that killed 200 and injured 6,000 when 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate ignited in a warehouse.
ACN responded quickly to the blast – promising Church partners in the country more than £225,000 for emergency aid.
A report on Christians oppressed for their Faith 2017-19
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