True Worship

Please help today. Your donation of any size will speed much needed food and clothing to starving men, women and children that are being displaced by ISIS.

James the brother of Yeshua tells us that ‘true worship is this, to take care of orphans and widows in their distress…” It is hard to think of a more stressful situation than that faced by the Christians of Iraq and Syria. They are hunted down, raped, sold into slavery, beheaded, starved, crucified…and they are our own brothers and sisters! Their situation is terrifying at best with no end or help in sight.

But…just this week we have found a way to clothe and feed these desperate ones with your help! My friend Pastor Stephen Sumrall (son of Dr. Lester Sumrall) and founder of Feeding the Nations has discovered a way to get much needed help to these terrified families of the Middle East. Jesus said “whatever you do for the least of these my brethren, you do it for me.”

Please help today. Your donation of any size will speed much needed food and clothing to starving men, women and children that are being displaced by ISIS.

Don’t wait, give now to save precious lives while there is still time. Thank you so much for loving our Messiah and making a difference today!

Why Give?

    • Helping fellow believers in the Middle East that are displaced by ISIS
    • Humanitarian aid received by Muslim families that are displaced because of ISIS
    • Physical needs are met as well as spiritual
    • Everyone is given a bible in Arabic and is shared the Gospel
    • Food, Clothing, Blankets, Shoes and other supplies are provided
  • Receiving blankets & jackets
    Receiving blankets & jackets
  • Camp and conditions
    Camp and conditions
  • Bible in there own language
    Bible in there own language
  • Clothing & Supplies
    Clothing & Supplies
  • New Coats
    New Coats

Shown in this video is a Muslim Syrian family whom the Pastor we work with has witnessed to. They are open to the gospel of Messiah because of the love and aid they are receiving. The family left Syria a year ago fleeing the war but mainly to escape ISIS.