Extend Grace To Refugees in Jordan

May 2

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. They also frequently visited his home to read Scripture and pray with him. Because of these visits, the man chose to trust Jesus, despite his many challenges. “Since coming to the faith, he is the most joyful refugee I know in Jordan,” the ministry leader said. Donations of $35 or $70 help with such needs among refugees. Pray for medical ministries such as this as they serve refugees in their care.

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