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    Trafficked North Korean Woman in China Finds Hope amid Despair

    April 23, 2015 - After losing her family in North Korea, Mi-Hyeon Li ran into traffickers in China who sold her to an impoverished paralytic, with whom she had a daughter. She remained with them in spite of opportunities to flee to South Korea - and found a new kind of hope.

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    Islamic State Losses Offer Glimmer of Hope for Displaced Iraqis

    April 16, 2015 - Military victories against the Islamic State (ISIS) and the U.S. president's affirmation of the Iraqi prime minister's handling of the war on Tuesday (April 14) give displaced Iraqis a glimmer of hope, but they see little chance of returning home soon.

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    Cyber-Churches Help Former Muslims Dodge Dangers in Islamic Countries

    April 10, 2015 - In the Middle East and North Africa, where leaving Islam has harsh consequences, e-churches help converts to avoid Muslim hostilities and enter that unfamiliar territory known as church culture.

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    Trafficked Women Show Up among North Korean Refugees in China

    April 02, 2015 - A North Korean mother fled to China, leaving behind her young son and nearly blind husband after her baby girl died from malnutrition at the age of 18 months. She hoped to find a way to support them in China, but she exchanged one nightmare for another when traffickers got hold of her.

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    Survival of the Unfittest – Escaping Syria Presents New Challenges to Disabled Muslim

    March 26, 2015 - A Syrian Muslim fleeing his war-torn country has no use of his hands or feet. He made it all the way to Greece, which has been less than welcoming to Syrian refugees.

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    Native Missionaries' Gospel Work Crucial on Burma's Rugged Spiritual Landscape

    March 19, 2015 - The message of Christ's salvation goes forth in Burma (Myanmar) amid civil war atrocities, poverty and opposition from the government and its favored religion. Missionaries native to this troubled land are well-suited to the task.

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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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NORTH KOREA. They were slaves of the modern day. Impoverished, vulnerable, young women—sold to farmers as work-mates and sex partners, and held captive in deep farm areas, where houses were spread far apart in remote, isolated regions. They had fled North Korea to avoid poverty but ended up sold by traffickers—into greater pov ...