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Syrian refugees being fed.

Finding New Life amid Lives Shattered by War

Aimar*, his wife and their five children live like refugees, but they have not left their native Syria; their country has left them. Nearly seven years of civil war have ruined the economy and infrastructure, and millions of people are jobless or underemployed. Since his former workplace was destroyed, along with hundreds of others, by bombs and artillery fire, Aimar and his family live in a mildewed room with a small bathroom and kitchen. Employers still doing business are unable to pay as much as they did before the fighting. The drop in wages comes at a time when families such as Aimar's are most needy. "We are going through a financial crisis and live in very difficult conditions," he said. "I feel guilty because I can't provide my children with their basic needs of food, milk, or toys." Read more...     

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.