Extend Grace To Refugees in Jordan

An African refugee with severe health problems came to a native ministry’s medical clinic, where he was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease so advanced that he had to have both legs amputated. When the disease attacked his kidneys, ministry workers connected him with specialized doctors.

Share Christ’s Love with Refugees in Jordan

A ministry’s medical clinic provides loving care to destitute refugees through free examinations and medications. After spending all of her savings on cancer treatment, an Ethiopian house cleaner learned the cancer had returned months later. Without money to pay for additional treatment, her tumor grew to the size of a football. When the ministry learned about her, they helped her find a surgeon and raised funds to pay for her surgery.

Help Transform Lives with the Gospel in Jordan

A young man who served as an assistant to the leader of a mosque came to a local ministry’s church to argue with congregational leaders about Christianity. Later going through severe hardship, he had a dream that Christ was bearing his pain and had transformed His suffering on the cross to glory.

Provide Crucial Aid to Refugees in Jordan

Refugee boy in Jordan eating while sitting on dirty ground in a refugee camp

Refugees from Iraq and Syria are receiving badly needed packages of food, water and medical supplies from native Christian workers, who also provide coupons for fruits and vegetables for each family.

Refugee Mother in Jordan Overcomes Heartbreak

Refugee woman in Jordan sewing backpacks

A Syrian refugee mother in Jordan had no money to treat debilitating illness, much less her children’s schooling, and they asked her why they couldn’t learn to read and write like other kids. Bombings had driven the family of nine from Syria, but not before dust and other pollutants of war had exacerbated her asthma.
“My condition continued to worsen as I suffered severe chest pains and struggled to breathe,” Rojda* said.

Help Send Christ’s Love to Refugees in Jordan

Refugees from Syria, Egypt and Iraq have experienced the love of Christ for the first time through native Christian workers. A Syrian refugee mother received help caring for her two disabled children and her newborn twins, and she was deeply touched when a worker visited her with treats for her children.

Provide Medical Care for Refugees in Jordan

Women wearing head coverings sitting in chairs in a Middle Eastern church

The needs of pregnant women and infants are growing among Syrian refugees suffering from conflict and displacement. With limited resources, native Christian workers are meeting the vital health care needs, both physical and emotional, of the mothers and infants.

Help Train Church Workers in Jordan

A Bible written in English and Arabic

The pandemic helped a seminary develop its online programs for church leaders and others being trained to expand God’s kingdom throughout the Middle East.

Help Transform Lives with the Gospel in Jordan

Jordanian woman receives a cardboard box out of the back of an SUV from a Christian missionary

A young man who served as an assistant to the leader of a mosque came to a local ministry’s church to argue with congregational leaders about Christianity. Later going through severe hardship, he had a dream that Christ was bearing his pain and had transformed His suffering on the cross to glory.

Provide Aid to Refugees in Jordan

Jordanian children sitting at semicircular desks in school

Meeting the urgent needs of Syrian and Iraqi refugees for food, clothing and medical care, local ministry workers specialize in helping children; they recently opened a school in a refugee camp for 20-25 students, as many children are unable to read and are not allowed to go to Jordanian schools.