Leah's parents, Nathan and Rebecca, and her grandmother
On 19 February 2018, 14-year-old Leah Sharibu was among 110 students kidnapped from their school by Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP). Tragically, one girl died in captivity. The others were released within a month, but Leah was kept because she refused to deny Jesus.
Like millions of Christian women and girls around the world, Leah is vulnerable for both her gender and her faith.
For Leah’s parents, Nathan and Rebecca, each day is unbearably difficult, not knowing if their daughter is okay and if they’ll ever see her again. They continue to desperately need your prayers. And now there is something else you can do to support them – you can write to them. They’d love to hear from you.
To prevent Nathan and Rebecca from being overwhelmed, please ensure that you stick closely to the guidelines provided below.
Although this limits what you can write and send, please be assured that your card will be given to Leah’s parents, with each one serving as a tangible reminder of the number of people praying for them and their daughter.
Please ensure these guidelines are followed, otherwise we will not be able to pass your postcard onto Leah’s parents. Thank you!
Send your postcards to us at:
PO Box 6
And we'll do the rest!
Please note this campaign ends 15 January 2023.
Your support helps persecuted Christians continue to courageously follow Jesus.
Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.