Category: Women and Children Advancement

Jul 14

No Homecoming for Boko Haram Victims—One Woman’s Story of Scorn, Sorrow and Saving Faith

For young women liberated from Boko Haram captivity, rescue and return to their community often bring more pain than freedom.

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Dec 15

Faces of Persecution: An Ex-Child Soldier Finds a Safe Place–and New Life

Recruited at 10 years old by an illegal arms group in Colombia, ex-child soldier Juan Manuel had little future. Miraculously, his life has changed.

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Dec 13

Faces of Persecution: Children Like Wasihun Give Us Glimpses of Grace

In this series of articles focusing on the children of the persecuted church, we meet the Kemede family and Wasihun, who at seven years old, endured a child’s greatest loss. 

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Dec 11

15-Year-Old Jonatan: “Where I Am From, No One Can Live as a Christian”

At this hidden shelter, children of the persecuted Church find physical and emotional healing–and a God who restores brokenness.

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Dec 06

Iraqi Children Draw What They Miss Most

Through trauma counseling and care, Iraqi refugees who fled to Jordan during the ISIS war are participating in art therapy programs and finding the courage to move forward with their lives.

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