Posts by Staff

Free A Christian Family

Free A Christian Family

Many of you have contacted me over the last week to ask for details about “freeing a family from slavery” in Pakistan. Please allow me to give you an explanation: As I have told you before, Christians in Pakistan are forced to live in ghettos, isolated from the Muslim community, and only allowed to work in the lowest paying jobs. Whether they experience physical persecution or not, all...

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Sri Lanka Update

Sri Lanka Update

Dear Ministry Partners, I bring you greetings from your brothers and sisters in Sri Lanka. A beautiful tropical island off the southeastern point of India, and called Ceylon until 1972, Sri Lanka is roughly one-fourth the size of Colorado. It is much admired for its vast tea, coffee and cinnamon plantations, and miles of beaches, historic gem mines, spectacular rainforests and central...

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Helping the Persecuted Church in Pakistan and India 

Helping the Persecuted Church in Pakistan and India 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus, We want to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your prayers and very generous financial support in 2009.  Your partnership is making it possible for us to pursue God’s call to advance the Kingdom of God here in the USA, Pakistan and India.  We are excited to share with you some of the results of Kingdom advancement in the past...

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Your Support Is Making A Difference

Your Support Is Making A Difference

Your prayers, financial support, and partnership in 2009 made possible much Kingdom advancement in Pakistan and India.  Here are some of the highlights: The brothers and sisters of Faith Covenant International (FCI) in Pakistan seek to be obedient to the Word of God. In Matthew 28:19, Jesus’ last instructions to His disciples were to “go and make disciples, baptizing them in the name of...

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Helping The Poor

Helping The Poor

James 1:27 tells us, “Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this:  to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.” During 2009, FCI provided monthly school fees for orphans and poor children who would not otherwise be able to go to school. During the Christmas season, clothes were provided for 150 children who otherwise would...

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