Bibles For Persecuted Believers

Millions of persecuted believers in the world today face the troubling reality of being denied the Bible. In Myanmar, the Hakha Chin tribe faces slave labor, forced Buddhist conversion, and deep poverty, all which prevent access to God’s word. In Syria, many families have been forced to flee their homes, leaving everything behind including their Bibles when ISIS invaded their villages. Inside China, both physical and digital versions of God’s Word are restricted, leaving only one in four believers who own their own copy of Scripture.

Solution:

There are heroes poised and ready to make the dangerous Bible deliveries our persecuted brothers and sisters desperately need. For as little as $5 a physical Bible, or $30 for a digital Bible with discipleship apps, you can ensure hope for those who are spiritually starving.

Still Needed: $3,435

 

Critical Aid for Christian Families inside Syria

Gabriel is an on-site Alpha Relief partner bringing hope to displaced Christians inside Syria who have fled from ISIS. He risks the dangers of a war zone to journey to an area outside Damascus where a network of over 1,000 persecuted families are trying to survive.

Gabriel’s next trip takes place in just a few days. This time his mission will focus on 100 of the displaced families. These hurting brothers and sisters in Christ desperately need hope as they face poverty and continued persecution. 

SOLUTION:

Gabriel needs our help in raising $5,000 for survival packs for the families which include food, medicine, and basic living resources. Together we can ensure that the Syrian persecuted church knows they are not forgotten.

Still Needed: $2,815

 

North Korea Emergency Aid

Alpha Relief has the rare privilege of supporting Mrs. Kim, a very special undercover agent for the Gospel. Mrs. Kim secretly brings life saving food and spiritual discipleship to an underground church network inside North Korea. The North Korean government stands in fierce opposition toward these underground aid efforts. Labor camp sentences are issued to those like Mrs. Kim who are caught helping Christians.

By God’s grace, this brave woman has been able to successfully deliver emergency food, clothing, medicine, and other essential survival resources to over 220 families inside North Korea. She is now preparing for another dangerous mission inside the dark country and has asked for our support in bringing hope to those she serves.  

Solution

For $5,000 we can equip Mrs. Kim with a delivery of emergency food, clothing, medicine, and discipleship, ensuring hope and survival for our North Korean brothers and sisters in Christ. 

Still Needed: $1,815

 

Safe House for North Korean Believers

North Korea hunts believers to eradicate Christianity within it’s boarders leaving the underground church starving both spiritually and physically. A few brave North Koreans are able to cross the heavily guarder checkpoints and make it into China where they search for food and discipleship. Mr. Chan operates a safe house near the border crossing points. This long time partner needs our help to offer six North Korean guests secret counseling, discipleship, and emergency living supplies for their hungry families back home. Some of the six guests will be hearing the Gospel for the first time. 

Solution:

For $1,500 we can provide discipleship for the six guests during their stay as well as emergency aid for their return trip to their families and churches inside North Korea.

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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.