The Sound of Healing

Talika was partially deaf. She could barely make out anything of the Bible stories her teachers shared during a GFA-supported Vacation Bible School. But somehow, though she couldn’t hear the majority of what was being said, she felt the joy

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SAT-7 TÜRK Celebrates its First Anniversary.

At the beginning of 2015, SAT-7 TÜRK became the first – and remains the only – Christian channel on Türksat.  After six weeks of test transmissions, the channel launched its 24/7 schedule of programmes on 14th February 2015, with programmes

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Syrian Refugees

The conflict in Syria continues to bring untold suffering. we cannot grow weary of interceding on behalf of Syrians.

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Afghanistan: overwhelmed by violence

Three decades of war created a lot of problems for us. We migrated to Pakistan, our houses were destroyed, our land and property were grabbed by warlords, the economy was badly affected, our sons and daughters were deprived of education,

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Landmine victims in Afghanistan

Mine clearance teams have been working for years to demine the country, but it is a slow and laborious process. One step in the wrong direction can prove fatal, as it has with many young children just running about with

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Disabled in Morocco

In Morocco one finds many disabled people yet their condition is not only due to disease. There are also accidents.

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Egypt: Disabled lack facilities and care

In recent years, understanding and initiatives for disabled people have grown considerably in Egypt. However, only one to two per cent of all disabled people living in Egypt are aided by charitable organisations.

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China: People with disabilities

According to recent government statistics, there are 82,960,000 people with disabilities in China. Of these, 78% live in the countryside, 50% are illiterate, and 74% are unemployed.

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