I‘m passing this along:
As we celebrate the birth of Christ, I ask you, from the bottom of my heart, to remember the people of Sudan, who are in desperate need of your help.
They are being maimed and killed by radical Muslims from the North, who are intent on wiping them out because of the color of their skin and thier religious beliefs. Right now, they need food, water, and medicines to survive this terrible genocide being waged against them. Please click here to learn more and donate.
Last month, a Sukhoi Bomber dropped “large, parachuted bombs” on the tiny village of Tanasa at about 5pm. Two young children, aged 5 and 10, were killed. Many more were injured. Houses and farms were destroyed. The reason for the attack was ethnic cleansing.
Attacks such as these have been happening for decades. Thousands have been killed, many more have been injured, and over 300,000 have been displaced.
Thanks to you, Mr. Shea, and the other supporters of the Sudan Relief Fund, the Mother of Mercy Hospital is a beacon of hope in this forgotten corner of the world.
As you know, a lone American doctor, Tom Catena, remains there to serve these forgotten people. He has given up everything to serve the people of the Sudan.Click here to watch this brief video of Dr. Tom explaining what is needed in the Sudan this Christmas.
Right now, Dr. Tom needs your help more than ever. He and his staff often lack the necessary medicines, food, and equipment to serve these people.
So in this Christmas Season, where the Infant Christ came and gave hope to the world, help us send these precious gifts to Dr. Tom and our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ. Please send $100, $150, $200 or more to the Sudan Relief Fund and help us not only save lives but bring Christ’s saving love to a forgotten place.
These are desperate times here. And we need your help immediately to save lives! Most of the world is ignoring the ethnic cleansing happening here. But I have faith somehow that you will not turn your back on us.
Please pray for us as we seek to save lives here in this isolated and war-torn land.
Thank you and God bless you in faith, charity and love. And I, along with all those from the Sudan Relief Fund, wish you a Blessed Christmas and Happy New Year!
Go to it! You guys are amazing!