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  • ross1948 00:46 on December 13, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Reminder – Last Week For Anti-Persecution Petition! 


    A circular email from ICC reminds me, so here you are!

    This is the last week to sign the petition calling for greater protection for persecuted Christians in Nigeria!
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    Did you know that Nigeria is the killing ground for Christians in the last 15 years? Numbers vary, but at least 30,000 Christians have been killed by Islamic radical groups such as Boko Haram and Fulani militants; a trend that has increased in recent years. 
    The Nigerian government will not protect our brothers and sisters there without pressure from the outside. 
    Please help us to spread the word to demand that the Nigerian government and President Buhari immediately implement meaningful protections for Christians affected by Islamic terror attacks.
     
  • ross1948 00:03 on December 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Christmas Giving? Here’s A REAL Good Cause! 


    Most of us get a little more generous at Christmas, but so many charities are tainted or even controlled by far-left or otherwise subversive elements…

    Fur Coats for Crimmigants? Don’t Give To PETA! 

    …and quite a few others ought to be investigated by the Charity Commissioners

    If You Welcome The Crimmigrant Tsunami, Donate To Oxfam! 

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    Cur Qureshi and Amnesty – Don’t Say We Weren’t Warned! 

    …that it can be hard to figure out to whom we should give.

    But here’s one appeal which seems to me to be a very worthwhile cause.

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    Afghanistan is an extremely dangerous place to minister. 
    Many pastors have been executed and work underground for safety. To provide funding for these pastors, ICC sets them up in inexpensive small businesses to provide them with funding and a cover for their work. 


    For instance, ICC helped start a store for a pastor’s wife so she could help fund her husband’s ministry. Now, she supports three
     pastors and still has money left over to assist other persecuted Christians.

    We do this kind of work all over the world and even though we had our most successful year ever serving the victims of persecution, our revenue is down 45% from where it should be… 
    We simply do not have the resources.
    If you are able, please send a generous gift today and know that your gifts will be used prayerfully, effectively and efficiently.
    I promise!
    Jeff Signature
    Jeff King
    ICC President 
    DONATE
     
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