Provide Gifts to Proclaim Freedom to the Captives with Christian Aid Mission’s Christmas Catalog
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- 2016 Dec 07
This Christmas you can give a gift that can offer freedom to those living in darkness with Christian Aid Mission’s Christmas catalog.
The catalog offers opportunities to help some of the poorest believers in the world— those on the frontline of kingdom work, ministering to their own people. They need wells in Africa, chickens and sheep in Latin America, grain in Syria, Bibles in Ukraine, bicycles in Sri Lanka and buildings for worship in India— gifts that benefit whole communities, many yet without a witness for Jesus Christ.
For as little as $5, you can provide a Bible to a new believer in their own language. For $20, you can provide warm clothing and shoes to a child living in a refugee camp in Turkey. There are 14 items to choose from including building churches, digging wells, caring for needy families, children and widows as well as providing vocational training to help at-risk girls escape exploitation.
100 percent of the gifts will go to the ministry designated.
Individuals can also give a gift in honor or memory of a loved one and Christian Aid Mission will notify the honoree by mail that a gift was made in their name.
Christian Aid Mission is an evangelical missionary organization based in Charlottesville, Virginia, that assists indigenous missionary ministries overseas through prayer, advocacy and financial support. Since 1953, Christian Aid Mission has identified, evaluated and assisted more than 1,500 ministries in more than 130 countries that are reaching the unreached for Christ in areas of the world where there is no witness for Christ, where Christians suffer from poverty or persecution, or where foreign missionaries are not allowed.
For more information, click www.christianaid.org/freedom
Photo: This holiday you can give gifts of hope with Christian Aid Mission’s Christmas Catalog.
Photo courtesy: Christian Aid Mission
Publication date: December 7, 2016