Support for a Secret North African House Church

Ezekiel was beaten and almost killed by his own family when he converted from Islam to Christianity. Now he is an undercover church planter for other secret converts just like himself in a Muslim dominated community in North Africa. He is deeply committed to his mission but needs our help as he continues to lead others out of the darkness. All that is required is a $100 commitment per month to provide basic living resources, which will enable this brave pastor to continue ministering full-time. 

SOLUTION

For $1,200 we can provide a year of support for Ezekiel’s basic living needs to continue his secret mission in leading Muslims to Jesus.

STILL NEEDED: $1,200

 

North Korea Emergency Aid

The North Korean underground church is suffering as food across the nation grows scarce. The country has been in constant struggle to provide for the needs of its people yet officials stand in fierce opposition toward underground aid efforts. Labor camp sentences are issued to those helping Christians.

By God’s grace a brave Alpha Relief onsite partner has been able to successfully deliver emergency food, clothing, medicine, and other essential survival resources to a growing church network of over 220 families inside North Korea. Our partner recently notified us that a delivery is desperately needed to offer support and hope for those being served. It's a very dangerous mission but our partner stands ready as soon as resources are available. 

Solution

For $1,500 we can equip our partner with a delivery of emergency food, clothing, and medicine, ensuring hope and survival for our North Korean bothers and sisters in Christ. 

Still Needed: $1,400

 

Critical Help For Persecuted Syrian Pastors

Gabriel is an on-site Alpha Relief partner bringing hope to displaced Christians inside Syria. He risks the dangerous of a war zone to journey to an area outside Damascus where a network of local pastors are desperately trying to aid over 1,000 persecuted families near their churches. 

Gabriel’s next trip takes place in just a few days. This time his mission will focus on 10 of the local Syrian pastors. These hurting heroes of the faith are giving all they can while facing poverty and persecution. If they lose hope, many refugee families under their care may also fall.

SOLUTION:

Gabriel needs our help in raising $10,000 ($1,000 for each pastor) for a gift of food, basic living resources, and the most urgent needs of the pastors' churches. Together we can ensure that the Syrian persecuted church knows they are not forgotten.

STILL NEEDED: $9,070

 

Where Needed Most

One of the best ways to help meet the needs of persecuted Christians around the world is to designate your gift “Where Needed Most." Donating to Alpha Relief in this manner allows us to meet the most pressing needs at each of our covert project locations as well as provide ministry oversight and accountability. Your gift matters. In fact, just $25 can help to offer a suffering Christian family food for a month.

 

Solution:

Use the donate button below to give “Where Needed Most." Every gift, whether large or small, is critical in ensuring hope.

 

Support For An Underground North Korean Church

Though Bo and Annie face persecution for being Christians in China, these two brave heroes are taking even greater risks by providing emergency relief and discipleship to a covert church inside North Korea. The couple has secretly brought North Korean believers into China for intensive Bible training and discipleship sessions. Bo and Annie also provide critical living resources like food, medicine, and clothing to the underground church to help with the poverty and hunger many of the members face. As a result, the small church is slowly growing and the light of Jesus is shinning brighter in the darkness. But aid resources to provide churches like the one this couple serves, are hard to come by. Our partners on the front lines have ask for our help.

Solution:

For $1,500, we can provide enough aid to offer hope to an underground North Korean church for an entire month.

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