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Welcome to Christian Aid Mission

Founded in 1953, Christian Aid Mission seeks to establish a witness for Christ for every nation by assisting indigenous ministries in lands of poverty, where Christians are a persecuted minority, and where foreign missionaries are not allowed.

We evaluate every indigenous ministry we assist to verify their faith, financial integrity and fruitfulness. Then we help them sustain and grow their work by making their needs known to believers in developed nations who supply them with prayer and financial support.

The ministries we assist are fully independent and not affiliates of Christian Aid Mission. They are led by evangelical Christians who live and work inside of their own countries.

Christian Aid Mission works with hundreds of indigenous ministries that share the gospel of Christ with more than 1,700 unreached people groups in eight regions of the world: Africa, China, Europe, former Soviet Union, Latin America, Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia.


Angels of Mercy Bring Life to Refugees
in Lebanon

Adnan* is an 11-year-old Syrian boy whose father was a civilian casualty of war. "His carpentry workshop was hit by a bomb during the war, and he died," Adnan said. "ISIS came into our town and took everything." Lebanon was never a welcoming place for refugees after Syria's civil war broke out in 2011, and when Adan, his three siblings and mother fled there in 2013, they were shut out of housing, medical care and work. Shiites in Lebanon often shun Sunni families such as Adnan's. Most Syrian refugees barely scrape by – 76 percent live below the poverty line, and 58 percent in extreme poverty – and are viewed as a drain on an already fragile economy. Read more...