21 September 2023

Christmas Care Vietnam

Christmas Care packs were provided to 397 children of persecuted Christian families. The Christians living in these areas are poor and often face discrimination because of their faith. They frequently have difficulty finding work to provide for themselves and their families.

“Praise the Lord, hundreds of poor and persecuted children and families have been greatly blessed by the Christmas Care packs. While many Christians couldn’t afford to buy Bibles for themselves, some others’ Bibles were taken away from them by the local authorities – as part of their scheme to try to stop Christians from following Christ and going to church. So, they were very happy and appreciative when they received not only spiritual food but also physical necessities. Young children were also very thankful for receiving Bible story books, school supplies, food, and other things which they did not have before.” Project Coordinator

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