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Nigerian woman praying with children.

Healing Prayer

Children that a ministry based in Nigeria cares for pray for their violence-torn country and for the indigenous missionaries sent to bring healing. Christian workers sent to Islamist areas in the north are reaching Muslims appalled at the violence of Islamic extremists, and northeastern states once controlled by Boko Haram terrorists are now 80 percent safe for outreach, the ministry director said. "We only have Boko Haram attacking through blowing bombs and other explosive devices among soft targets," he said. "The Internally Displaced Peoples remain in great numbers, and we have done many ministries among them, using all method to win souls. We have gathered well over 39 persons, not including their children, in our [clandestine] Converts Care area, and discipleship and training are going on. Thanks to our friends through Christian Aid Mission who provided a borehole and the overhead tanks for the people. We are happy to let you know the people are grateful." Please consider a gift to sustain outreach in the face of enormous needs.

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