Christians are the world’s most persecuted people. From verbal harassment to hanging, persecution for professing faith in Christ is as old as Christianity itself, often comingling with ethnic violence and geo-political conflict.
1 of 4 Egyptians live in poverty, while 1 of 2 individuals living in Upper Egypt cannot provide the basic need for food.
More than 7.6 million Christians have been
displaced since the beginning of the war in Syria.
Christians have lived in Iraq for two millennia but are
currently on the verge of extinction. Iraq has suffered from
years of structural uncertainty, conflict and instability under a
government incapable of enforcing the rule of law and
providing a minimum of security.
Recently, the ongoing war in Iraq has caused thousands of
families to be displaced from Mosul to Erbil.
This has caused hundreds of children to be out of school.
Christians in over 60 countries are facing
persecution for believing in Jesus.
Christians are killed for their faith
214 Christian properties and churches are destroyed
forms of violence are committed against Christians