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    Christian Workers in Syria Crucified, Beheaded

    October 1, 2015 - Eleven indigenous missionaries who were killed last month for refusing to deny Christ had chosen to remain at their ministry base in a village near Aleppo, Syria. The 12-year-old son of the ministry team leader also could have spared his life by denying Christ.

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    Wild Accusations Torment Christians in Laos

    September 24, 2015 - Christians in Laos who pray for the sick suffer under the charge of acting as "illegal doctors," according to a court ruling, and in one village a Christian family faces the death penalty for angering village spirits.

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    Syria: Martyrdom, or Live to 'Fight' Another Day

    September 17, 2015 - Christian workers in Syria today face the question of whether to risk their lives – and those of their families – by staying in order to meet critical needs or slipping away in order to "live and fight another day."

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    World Wakes Up to Syrian Refugee Crisis

    September 10, 2015 -But will anyone get up and help, now that a photo of a Syrian refugee toddler's body lying lifeless on a Turkish beach has awakened a largely indifferent world?

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    Violence in Nigeria Deprives Children of School

    September 03, 2015 -About half of Nigeria's displaced people are children, and as the new school year begins, one ministry is urgently trying to bring education to some who haven't seen a classroom for years.

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    Seaside Refuge in Syria Could See Brutal End

    August 27, 2015 -While the Syrian regime is bombing civilians near Damascus, Islamic State terrorists are suspected of using chemical weapons near Aleppo. As the four-year war in Syria reaches a boiling point, 1.5 million people have fled to the quiet, seaside city of Tartus – but they're hardly on vacation.

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    Flooding, Landslides Hit Vast Area of Burma

    August 20, 2015 - The cyclone that struck Burma (Myanmar) this month has resulted in far fewer deaths than the casualty figure from 2008's Cyclone Nargis, but the deluge is more widespread than that of the previous disaster. Indigenous missionaries say the gradual rise in waters is nothing short of calamitous.

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In a remote region in Laos, a plot of rainforest land owned by local Christian farmers remained uncultivated, as they were unable to afford the equipment necessary to develop it. The farmers did what they could to earn a living, but the Buddhists who dominate the area didn't make it easy for them. A few years ago, however, everything changed.

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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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PHILIPPINES. How do you travel?

Native missionaries with Child Evangelism in Leyte and Samar ride a motorized tricycle to reach remote villages with the gospel.

Loaded with tracts, Bibles and hearts of love, they traverse the uneven back roads, winding through undeveloped regions to reach childre ...