One woman’s struggle to protect her children in the Middle East has taken them hundreds of miles from home.
ISIS’s reign over Iraq was brutal in the rifts it caused between cultural subgroups and devastation it wrecked on innocents. Civilians were used as human shields; chemical attacks ravaged entire towns; Iraqi soldiers caught in the battles against religious extremists were tortured and executed.
From a fatherless street kid to father-figure for refugee children, one man tells about God's incredible work in his life and in Lebanon.
Muhammad’s father died when he was young, and he grew up more or less on Beirut’s streets. His mother sent him to a nearby church’s Sunday school in hopes that it would keep him out of trouble.
Part of World Challenge’s domestic mission work is reaching refugees making their home in the United States.
The Refugee Project released a shocking statistic: “Nearly 69 million people have been displaced from their home due to war, persecution or violence. That’s one of every 111 people on the planet.”