Foursquare leaders in Central Asia will reach out at Christmas to at least 145 children undergoing cancer treatment, sharing with them the real joy of Christmas.
These children live in a nation where aggressive treatment of childhood cancer is a priority but still, the knowledge of Jesus in hospitals and clinics is highly restricted. We plan to do everything possible to share God’s love with these children at Christmas and to be available to their families in the future.
You can give these children Christmas parties that will impact them forever. We can’t reach them all, but together, we can reach some. Will you help?
A young Syrian girl named Marina lost
her hearing and the ability to speak
during an ISIS attack on her city.
Today, she lives as a refugee of war, far from home and family. Foursquare pastors and workers in Turkey have reached out to Marina and thousands of other children like her who have suffered the atrocities of war, providing them with hope and joy that only comes from knowing Christ.
The smile on Marina’s face says it all.
We can’t reach all refugee children scattered throughout Europe and the Middle East, but we can reach some.
Foursquare workers plan to host Christmas parties this year hoping to restore joy to thousands of refugee children in refugee settlements where we serve. We will provide food, gifts, and clothing, as we share the love of Christ with these unreached kids and their families.
You can give these children Christmas parties that will impact them forever.
We can’t reach them all, but together, we can reach some. Will you help?
Dalit people in South Asia and Southeast
Asia are outcasts from their culture, often
persecuted and ostracized by social custom.
Worldwide, some 160 million Dalits live in segregated villages and work at jobs the upper caste population considers unclean, for example those who hold jobs as butchers, garbage collectors, or leather workers.
In cultures where it is illegal for Christians to lead people to Christ, Dalit people are open to the gospel, and witnessing is legal among these groups. Foursquare leaders in South Asia and Southeast Asia include ministers who themselves are Dalit and they find the title an open door to reach other Dalits with the love of God.
These Foursquare Dalits plan to reach 2,285 outcast children this Christmas with food, clothing, gifts, and especially the gospel as they host 52 Christmas parties for kids in South Asia and 20 in South East Asia.
“These kids have never experienced anything like this before,” says one Foursquare national leader who is a Dalit. “This Christmas, we will show them God’s love and share with them how Jesus Christ provides hope for their lives.”