The Chairman’s Report for March 15, 2019

In this issue of the newsletter / Results of the survey of Religious Freedom Coalition supporters / Diapers for Refugees and Christmas for Refugees top the survey / Capitol Hill / religious freedom work very important and must continue / Our Amicus brief for jailed Christian friend has been filed in Supreme Court!

Our Work on Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court in 2019

The majority of those responding to the survey support our continued work on Capitol Hill. The response to the announcement that the Religious Freedom Coalition had filed an Amicus brief stirred readers to overwhelmingly show their support.

What do Supporters Want to See from Diapers for Refugees in 2019?

At the end of January, I sent a letter to supporters of the RFC asking for advice on which programs we should emphasize this year. The Diapers for Refugees program was the clear favorite of those who chose a ministry program they wanted to support.

The Chairman’s Report for February 15, 2019

Diapers for Refugees program continues to fill a critical need / Still no consistent power for Qaraqosh and other Christian towns / Tens of thousands of Iraqi Christians in Jordan can’t return to Iraq /The horrid plight on Christians in a no-mans land between Israel and Jordan

Two Million Diapers in 2019

More help is needed for Christian families on the Biblically important Nineveh Plain — not less. This is why the Diapers for Refugees program is so important. Every dollar’s worth of diapers we can furnish to families in need is one more dollar they have to rebuild their shattered lives.

One Million Diapers in 2018

The supporters of the Religious Freedom Coalition propelled the Diapers for Refugees project to a record number of Christian families in Iraq and Jordan. In all, over one million diapers were delivered to Christian families in need during 2018. But these families still need our help!

Major Move by the Religious Freedom Coalition at the Supreme Court

Three good men were imprisoned because a state court ordered a mother to hand over her biological child to a lesbian who had no relationship to the child whatsoever. Learn how you can help with the release of Philip Zodhiates.

The Chairman’s Report for January 21, 2019

First Christmas party for isolated Christian children in Bethlehem / First Christmas events for displaced Christian children in Syria / Most events ever for Christmas for Refugees in Jordan – Both Iraqi and Syrian / First Diaper distributions in Jordan for the Diapers for Refugees program

Christmas for Refugees First Year in Syria

Most of the children were either orphans or internally displaced children who had undergone all kinds of trauma. It had been quite some time since these children had access to such a nice, warm and healthy meal. One thing that really stood out from the first event was the very evident joy on the faces of all ages, regardless of the tragedies they had endured.

Christmas for Refugees Events in Jordan

A number of Christmas for Refugees events were held in Jordan this year. At one of the Christmas parties, every single one of the children present was from Iraq. In Qaraqosh the party lasted almost four hours, with different types of entertainment and of course all pointing to the real reason for Christmas, the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Christmas in the West Bank

The Christian population in Bethlehem is no longer self-sustaining. It is with that understanding that Christmas for Refugees agreed to hold a Christmas party for 800 Christian children still living in the Bethlehem and Beit Sahour area, to bring some joy to the shrinking Christian population. Read more about our journey to the Holy Land.

The Chairman’s Report for January 4, 2019

First Christmas parties held for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon / Three major Christmas parties for displaced children on the Nineveh Plain / Orthodox Church (Western Order) helps with Christmas parties in Iraq / Diaper distribution in Iraq continues during Christmas for Refugees events

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The Chairman’s Report for March 15, 2019

In this issue of the newsletter / Results of the survey of Religious Freedom Coalition supporters / Diapers for Refugees and Christmas for Refugees top the survey / Capitol Hill / religious freedom work very important and must continue / Our Amicus brief for jailed Christian friend has been filed in Supreme Court!

Our Work on Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court in 2019

The majority of those responding to the survey support our continued work on Capitol Hill. The response to the announcement that the Religious Freedom Coalition had filed an Amicus brief stirred readers to overwhelmingly show their support.

What do Supporters Want to See from Diapers for Refugees in 2019?

At the end of January, I sent a letter to supporters of the RFC asking for advice on which programs we should emphasize this year. The Diapers for Refugees program was the clear favorite of those who chose a ministry program they wanted to support.

Major Move by the Religious Freedom Coalition at the Supreme Court

Three good men were imprisoned because a state court ordered a mother to hand over her biological child to a lesbian who had no relationship to the child whatsoever. Learn how you can help with the release of Philip Zodhiates.

Christmas for Refugees First Year in Syria

Most of the children were either orphans or internally displaced children who had undergone all kinds of trauma. It had been quite some time since these children had access to such a nice, warm and healthy meal. One thing that really stood out from the first event was the very evident joy on the faces of all ages, regardless of the tragedies they had endured.

Christmas for Refugees Events in Jordan

A number of Christmas for Refugees events were held in Jordan this year. At one of the Christmas parties, every single one of the children present was from Iraq. In Qaraqosh the party lasted almost four hours, with different types of entertainment and of course all pointing to the real reason for Christmas, the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

RFC Newsletters

The Chairman’s Report for March 15, 2019

In this issue of the newsletter / Results of the survey of Religious Freedom Coalition supporters / Diapers for Refugees and Christmas for Refugees top the survey / Capitol Hill / religious freedom work very important and must continue / Our Amicus brief for jailed Christian friend has been filed in Supreme Court!

The Chairman’s Report for February 15, 2019

Diapers for Refugees program continues to fill a critical need / Still no consistent power for Qaraqosh and other Christian towns / Tens of thousands of Iraqi Christians in Jordan can’t return to Iraq /The horrid plight on Christians in a no-mans land between Israel and Jordan

The Chairman’s Report for January 21, 2019

First Christmas party for isolated Christian children in Bethlehem / First Christmas events for displaced Christian children in Syria / Most events ever for Christmas for Refugees in Jordan – Both Iraqi and Syrian / First Diaper distributions in Jordan for the Diapers for Refugees program

The Chairman’s Report For November 21, 2018

Christmas for Refugees almost, but not fully funded for 2018 / In Syria, Christmas events for children in four locations including Jaramana! / Diapers for Refugees to purchase another 500,000 diapers in December / Other programs: Fuel for Camp Odrana paid for until December / Over $300,000 already paid out for Christmas for Refugees programs

The Chairman’s Report for October 26, 2018

In this issue of the newsletter / Christmas for Refugees “matching gift challenge” underway / Christmas for Refugees will set up program for children in the “West Bank” / Diapers for Refugees program totally funded for 2018 * 2 million diapers! / HR-390 is still stalled in the Senate . . . Senator Rand Paul is trying to help!

The Chairman’s Report For September 28, 2018

In this issue of the newsletter / Helping Syrian Christians rebuild, beginning with a Christmas celebration / Two million diapers will be distributed to Christian refugee families this year / Christmas planning moves forward, first funds sent for preparations / Washington: Letter to Trump from 20 groups on persecution in Nigeria