Give a gift to a persecuted child
Christmas is likely to be difficult for many of us this year. It will be even more difficult for children who are vulnerable and isolated because they and their families follow Jesus.
Children like Daniela (12) in Colombia, whose father Pastor Plinio was murdered because of his faith, and Bijli (10) in Bangladesh, whose Christian family are rejected by their Muslim community.
“We always celebrate Christmas as a family, and now we have to experience Christmas without Plinio,” says Daniela’s mother, Alba. “This will be very difficult for me, and certainly for my children.”
Your gifts and prayers today can show Daniela, Bijli and other persecuted children that they aren’t alone this Christmas
A gift of £42 could provide a Christmas present for a persecuted child to let them know that their church family loves them. This includes the cost of transport and delivery.
Excess funds will go to where most needed