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  • Filipino missionaries trekking through the jungle.

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    Evangelists in Philippines Push Past Terrorists

    December 1, 2016 - Islamist and communist militants have not stopped indigenous missionaries in the Philippines from expanding God's kingdom.

  • Drawing by a Syrian girl in a refugee camp in southern Turkey.

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    Syrian Refugees in Turkey Growing More Desperate

    November 23, 2016 - Syrian refugees in Turkey are despondent, hopeless and hungry as winter comes on after more than five years of war - putting more pressure on indigenous ministries to provide more food, warmth and gospel hope.

  • Native Indians are being evangelized.

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    Christmas Parties Prove Popular in Hindu India

    November 17, 2016 - The year the Lord gave an indigenous missionary in northern India an avenue to share the gospel with his community, Hindu extremists put up a seemingly insurmountable obstacle: A promise to kill him.

  • Village children in Sierra Leone.

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    Bringing Hope for Survivors of Ebola-Hit Sierra Leone

    November 10, 2016 - This month marks one year since Sierra Leone was first declared free of the Ebola virus that killed thousands of people and wrecked the economy. An indigenous ministry is helping to pick up the pieces amid opposition and despair.

  • Partially destroyed buildings in Iraq.

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    Destruction Reigns as Battle for Mosul Begins

    November 3, 2016 - A young woman in Iraq was attending an indigenous ministry's discipleship training recently when her eyes suddenly filled with tears. She had just received a photo of her home near Mosul.

  • Partially destroyed Hatian house.

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    Hurricane in Haiti

    Damages to crops and infrastructure in Haiti by Hurricane Matthew have left hundreds of thousands of people on the impoverished Caribbean island without food and clean water. The 125 miles-per-hour winds and flooding from the hurricane's Oct. 4 landfall, which killed at least 546 people and damaged about 200,000 homes, swept away cattle and knocked out electricity. Organizations on the ground say cash is more helpful than donations of clothing and food, which can obstruct coordination of relief aid, and an indigenous ministry that Christian Aid Mission assists seeks such funding in order to provide clean water, rice, sugar and oil.

What Real Freedom Looks Like

Christian Aid Mission helps indigenous ministries around the world, specifically in areas of poverty where the effects of sin are a little more obvious than in areas where people are prospering. With your support, these ministries start income-generating projects, vocational training, and rehabilitation programs as ways to offer freedom to people who've known only oppression.

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Welcome to Christian Aid Mission USA

CHRISTIAN AID assists more than 500 ministries with tens of thousands of indigenous or native missionaries serving in the field. These ministries are currently engaging more than 1,000 unreached people groups in more than 100 countries around the world, especially in places where American missionaries are no longer allowed to go. These ministries work:

  • in lands of great poverty
  • where Christians are a persecuted minority
  • to plant churches among unreached people

They operate Bible institutes and missionary training centers where thousands of Christian workers are being trained for missionary service. They also spread the gospel through crusades, radio and TV broadcasting, literature distribution, Bible translation, and by providing care for needy children, the disabled, the elderly, and victims of diseases and disasters.

Contributions by God's people to Christian Aid help to make these ministries possible.

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MAURITANIA. An indigenous ministry in 99.5-percent Muslim Mauritania sees the incredible value of educating poor children and teens to impact future generations for Christ. When the doors of their new school open, they anticipate serving 500-1,000 students in one of the most dangerous countries for Christians. The ministry ne ...