This Thanksgiving... will you help
feed and support the persecuted
Anglican Christians in Maiduguri, Nigeria?

More people have been killed in Nigeria by Boko Haram than have died in the entire Ebola epidemic of 2015-2016 and the bloodletting seems to be only getting worse, with local officials reporting the continual slaughter of innocent people.

Insurgents and terrorists led by Boko Haram continue to destroy lives, churches and property. 
23 Anglican churches, 6 vicarages, 2 schools, 2 health clinics and 1 guest house belonging to the Anglican Diocese of Maiduguri have been burned to ashes by the Boko Haram terrorists.
The destroyed remains of All Soul's Anglican Church

Even though the insurgency continues, a small number of ordained priests have decided to remain in the diocese to continue preaching the gospel and serving the community with Christlike love and compassion.  Their salaries are USD$50 a month.  Will you sponsor a priest for a year?

In addition to these challenges there are 400 IDP's (internally displaced persons) Anglican members in Cameroon as a result of the insurgency. Two courageous Anglican priests, Rev'd. Canon John Yaya Mada and Rev'd. Canon Barnabas Mada are ministering to these faithful Christians in the camps. These IDP's were displaced by Boko Haram.
Recently, Bishop Julian Dobbs met in Nigeria with Bishop Emmanuel Morris the Diocesan bishop of Maiduguri.

Bishop Julian Dobbs with
Bishop Emmanuel Morris
Bishop Dobbs said, "The situation in Maiduguri is getting worse.  Islamic extremists are determined to eradicate Christianity and faithful Christians are suffering.  I invite you to pray and financially support our special Maiduguri appeal.  
As you gather this week with your family and friends for Thanksgiving, will you pray a special prayer for the suffering Christians in Nigeria and give a Thanksgiving gift to hungry and oppressed Christians in Maiduguri?  You can make a difference.
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