What We Do
We have relationships with indigenous believers and churches including underground house church networks and Christian cell groups in countries where they are persecuted for their faith.
These courageous Christians share our passion for assisting the part of the Body that is suffering. They work with us to provide medicine, safe-houses, aid, Bibles, education, microenterprise, documentation, and advocacy to Christians and their families who are on the front lines of persecution.
Because they risk arrest, imprisonment, torture, and martyrdom for their work with us, we are careful to protect their identity and details of our work in their country.
We accomplish our purpose effectively by:
- Monitoring and assessing where Christians are persecuted the most and what their exact needs are;
- Partnering with indigenous believers and churches, including underground house church networks and Christian cell groups to facilitate the distribution of humanitarian aid, medicine, clothes, Bibles, and other requested items;
- Protecting donor investments through accountability systems that measure and report the results of our ministry, through the grace of God.