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    Syrian Children Find Solace, Sense of Purpose in Lebanese School

    September 18, 2014 - Ready for some good news out of the Middle East? A Bedouin school in Lebanon has opened its doors to educate hundreds of Syrian youngsters who used to wander aimlessly through the nearby refugee camp. For many of the students, the most important lessons they learn are not found in a textbook.

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    Missionaries Native to Burma Face Daunting Challenges

    September 18, 2014 - It´s not just in the West that people are too busy for Jesus. Native missionaries in Burma (Myanmar) spent two days driving through rugged mountain forests only to find it was the wrong time to hold an evangelistic rally.

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    Tent Churches Emerge in Iraqi Refugee Camps

    September 11, 2014 - Iraqi refugees fleeing atrocities committed by the Islamic State (ISIS) find themselves in the arms of Christ.

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    Micro-investments Strengthen Women in Bangladesh

    September 04, 2014 - It´s not easy being a convert to Christianity in Muslim-dominated Bangladesh. Discrimination and rejection are commonplace, but one church-planting ministry is seeking to strengthen Christian families in the face of opposition.

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    What Have You Done with the Gifts He Has Given?

    Recently James G. Cuffee traveled from Liberia and shared with our staff. I want to introduce him to you. The radiance of the Lord shined through him, and we were encouraged by his testimony of God´s grace and power in the midst of the devastation his nation experienced during the war years of 1990 to 2003 and the Ebola crisis raging right now.

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    "We are Taking Our Nation for Jesus"

    August 28, 2014 - Fourteen years of civil war. The fourth poorest country on earth. Now the Ebola epidemic threatens to wipe out thousands of lives. Is there hope for Liberia?

The Captain is the Last to Leave

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I respect the missionaries who have stayed behind in Syria and Iraq. They stay because they have an opportunity to share Christ like never before. They stay because they´re shepherding flocks, groups of believers meeting together secretly, and the captain is the last to leave a sinking ship.

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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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SYRIAN REFUGEES. Truly the harvest is ripe among refugees. “The need for Bibles, literature and children Bibles is endless,” the leader of Shinar Mission said. The ministry needs 10,000 Bibles and children’s Bibles, at a cost of $5 each. Pray refugees would experience peace through salvation in Jesus. “Now may the God of peace…mak ...