Many thanks to Ambassador Nat Howell for the information he shared with us about the persecution of Christians in Iraq.
The video of his presentation shown below.
The Baptist World Alliance has issued a call for Baptists and other Christians to provide funds to help Iraqi Christians displaced by war. The funds are earmarked for food and other urgently needed relief supplies for Christian families who recently fled Mosul and Karakosh and are now in Irbil, a city in Kurdistan.
ISIS fighters have terrorized towns in northern Iraq, amassing power and laying down harsh Sharia law. Christians were given the option of paying exorbitant taxes, converting to Islam, or fleeing. Many families fled their homes without their possessions, including clothing. Money, jewelry and other valuables were stolen or confiscated.
On August 29, the Associated Baptist Press published the article BWA allocates funds for persecuted Iraqi Christians.
Donations for this relief effort may also be made to “University Baptist Church” and earmarked for “Iraqi Christians.”
You can write a check to “UBC, 1223 W. Main St., Charlottesville, VA, 22903″ or you can donate online.
All of the money we collect will be sent to the Baptist World Alliance fund for Iraqi Christians.