Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Hope for Syrian Refugees through Operation Christmas Child
From Samaritan's Purse:
An Airlift of Hope
Shoebox gifts will bring the message of God’s love to 65,000 Syrian children living in refugee camps in northern Iraq
A fierce civil war has forced millions of Syrians to run for their lives to neighboring countries. In northern Iraq, tens of thousands are living in bitterly cold tent camps mired in mud. It is a bleak environment, particularly for children already traumatized by war.
Help Syrian RefugeesSamaritan’s Purse is committed to helping these suffering people. We have already been providing basic necessities like food, clothing, shoes, and portable heaters. Now, we are giving shoebox gifts to the children.
We are airlifting a special delivery of 65,000 Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts to northern Iraq. We want these children and their families to know that God loves them and gave His Son that they might know true peace through faith in Christ.
Please pray that God will use the shoebox gifts to let these boys and girls know they are loved and not forgotten.
If you live in the Charlotte area you can join us for this special event.
Posted by lambofHisflock at 11:11 AM