Christians in Nigeria Starving and Need Our Help!

I’m writing to you with a heavy heart on behalf of our Christian brothers and sisters in Nigeria who are facing starvation and need our help.

 

In Nigeria, 1.8 million people (many of them Christians) have been driven from their homes because of Islamic violence.

 

The Christians were even driven from the government displacement camps where they were persecuted. They now live in the makeshift tents pictured above with multiple families living in each tent.

 

The Nigerian government is now also discriminating against the Christians and denying them food and aid – they’re only helping Muslims.

 

Our brothers and sisters are literally eating leaves off trees.

 

We are now working with one of our most trusted partners to immediately provide food packages to 15,000 Christian families (approximately 75,000 people).

 

Each family will receive a package containing 50 KG of beans and 100 KG of maize plus a small amount of cash to purchase other necessities like cooking oil and soap.

 

The cost per package per family is $123 and one package should sustain a family for two months or more. The project budget is $1.8 million.

 

100% of all funds donated will be applied to the project without any deductions for overhead, fundraising or other organizational expenses.

 

As I wrote in a recent post titled: God is Calling for Compassion in Nigeria, this crisis is the greatest known humanitarian need in the body of Christ today.

 

This project is truly about saving lives.

 

Please join us in supporting this compassionate work and DONATE NOW

 

As a result of your ministry, they will give glory to God. For your generosity to them and to all believers will prove that you are obedient to the Good News of Christ.

 

And they will pray for you with deep affection because of the overflowing grace God has given to you. Thank God for this gift too wonderful for words! (2 Corinthians 9:13-15 NLT)

 

Please forward this email to your friends who love Jesus.

 

grace and peace,

brother Dominic

2018-08-09T22:27:51-05:00