Help Rewrite futures

Bring hope to young believers in the Middle East



Help rewrite futures for young people like Baher

If you want to know how persecution can destroy someone’s faith, meet Baher*. 

 “I hated myself and I hated God,” said this young Egyptian Christian.

Baher left school at 13 because his family were desperately poor. Robbed of options because of his faith, he was forced to join other persecuted believers in the most dangerous work, in one of Upper Egypt’s deadly stone quarries. 

Within a week, Baher’s arm was severed in a horrific accident. Then his brother died in the job.
Watch Baher's story 

Grinding, relentless persecution crushed Baher’s faith and he turned his back on God. And he’s not the only one. Across Egypt and the Middle East, persecution is robbing a generation of hope and purpose. 

The future, for young people and the church, looks desolate. But you can help change it

Thanks to support from people like you, Baher received vital help to take him to a better future. A micro-loan meant he could launch a new business. It strengthened his faith, and meant he remained in his homeland to keep the church alive.

Now other young people in the Middle East – including those still working in Egypt’s stone quarries – urgently need your gifts and prayers.

*name changed for security reasons

Baher sitting in a stone quarry in Egypt 
Today , will you help rewrite the future for young Christians in Egypt and the Middle East?
Every HK$330 will help provide a month of medical care and support to three persecuted Christians. 
Every HK$580 will help train and disciple vulnerable young quarry workers, to strengthen their faith. 
Every HK$850 will help give financial security to a persecuted Christian family, through a small business loan.

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*Any excess funds from this appeal will be used to support vital long term work for Christians facing high levels of persecution.

Thank you and may the Lord richly bless you

The poor and the homeless won't always be forgotten and without hope.
Psalm 9:18 (CEV)