Dear Friends of the Persecuted Church,
God has been moving and working in amazing places these days.
More and more people are accepting Christ as Savior in countries like China, India, Tibet, Bangladesh, and Laos, even as Christian persecution continues to increase in these parts of the world. This means that, for those of us who have been blessed with religious freedom, we have an even greater responsibility to assist as many of our suffering brethren as we possibly can.
Whenever I have the opportunity to speak at churches or… Read more
CFI supporter Ian Wright will head up the “Run for the Persecuted” in the New York City Marathon on November 7, 2010.
Wright intends to raise at least $17,000 to help complete construction of CFI’s Bible School in Mae Hon Son, Thailand. He is seeking 2,000 sponsors to support him in the 26-mile marathon, claiming that if each contributor donates $1 for every mile of the race, the funds would far exceed the total amount needed to complete the Bible School’s construction.
“By running every mile of the marathon, we… Read more
For over 20 years, CFI president Jim Jacobson has made an incredible impact on the persecuted church around the world. But did you know that, before CFI, Jim worked in Washington D.C. for one of the most influential presidents in U.S. history?
And have you ever wondered about the history of CFI itself, and how this inspiring ministry ever came to be? Why does the organization have such a deep-rooted presence in Burma, and how has it affected thousands of ethnic Christians in the region?
The good news is that… Read more
Lahore, Pakistan (CFI)-The recent monsoon flooding in Pakistan has destroyed thousands of homes, acres of property, and nearly the entire infrastructure of an already impoverished nation. Millions of people have been affected by the terrible flooding, as homelessness, hunger, thirst, and disease have overwhelmed Pakistan’s poorest citizens. To make matters worse, the Pakistani government has offered little to no aid for those who so desperately need it. In response, many Muslim charities have organized their own resources to help supply fellow Muslims with food, clothing, shelter and medical aid in… Read more
Everyone loves finding a great bargain. And with the rise of online shopping in the past decade, eBay has long since been the number one auction site where anyone can go to find a variety of great bargains, on everything from clothing and toys to cars and memorabilia.
But did you know that you can also support worthy charities while you shop on eBay? Through a powerful fundraising tool called Mission Fish (www.missionfish.org), customers can buy or sell all sorts of goods and products while donating a portion of the… Read more