A Terrible Evil

By |2018-06-16T04:42:09+00:00November 27th, 2014|Brick Kilns, Pakistan, Persecution, Redemption, Sewing centers, Slavery|

Sajjid Masih and his wife Saima were brick kiln labourers working at a brick kiln owned by Yousaf Gujjat situated in Chack number 59, near Kot Rada Kishan, in Kasur district of Punjab province of Pakistan. They had 3 young children Salman, Sonya and Poona. The exact details are a [...]

Outrageous Injustice

By |2018-06-16T05:10:29+00:00December 28th, 2013|Pakistan, Persecution, Redemption, Slavery, Women|

On my recent visit to Pakistan with one of my trustees we met Agnes who had experienced outrageous injustice. Agnes was a nurse who was always ready to help the poor and needy people living in her vicinity. There was an old lady in Agnes’ town who had a piece [...]

A Double Blessing

By |2018-06-21T16:31:26+00:00June 16th, 2013|Income Generating Projects, Pakistan, Persecution, Sewing centers, Women|

I wrote in April about the terrifying ordeal of the residents of Joseph Christian colony which was attacked by an inflamed Muslim mob that burnt and destroyed 178 homes, causing 258 families to flee for their lives. SLMP, one of the organisations we support in Pakistan wanted to help these [...]

Will You Take a Risk?

By |2018-06-21T20:26:26+00:00September 5th, 2012|Abyei, Persecution, South Sudan|

On 20th May 2011 the Northern Muslim army dressed rebels in SPLA uniforms, with an SPLA flag and singing SPLA songs they marched into Abyei, a town of 120,000 in South Sudan of mainly Christian Dinkas. They mingled amongst the civilians and then opened fire killing many people while others ran [...]