Iraq “Within A Yard Of Hell”

Some want to live within the sound of Church or Chapel bell. I want run a rescue shop within a yard of hell. -C. T. Studd

The Syria/Iraq Refugee and IDP Crisis is the largest Humanitarian issue since WWII. Many have predicted the extinction of Christianity in Iraq. This short video presentation paints an entirely different picture. It reveals a fresh new birth of faith and hope out of the fires of persecution. This has always been the legacy of the Faith.

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TO MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE IN REAL LIVES

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5 thoughts on “Iraq “Within A Yard Of Hell”

  1. Thank you Pastor Jack , Pastor Layth and the Missionaries/ others who are faithfully laboring there for the Lord. To be honest with you this almost doesn’t even seem like a reality! The reason being is because here in Orange County things are so much different its easy to be full, to be about ourselves, we have so many wants, and “needs” I appreciate seein this video because it brings me to reality. And awareness. This is the real deal!! I do give to missions at my home church (Pastor Carl Friedrich) it’s not much but I will continue to give to Iraq and its Laborers. You are in my Prayers and I want you to know that I am more than willing listen and obey the Lord in my part to contribute to winning more souls in Iraq. I know I don’t know them but please tell everyone I said hello and My the Lord bless them very much. Thank you!!!!
    Sincerely,
    Adrean Harris
    Supercyclist7@yahoo.com

  2. I have figured out how to make that $60,000 dollars happen. We all know Jack Harris has at least touched 3000 people, their hearts, their families, their children. He has preached sermons and listened to our stories for years. He has cried with us and laughed with us through the good times and bad. If just 3000 of us gave $20.00 each the goal would be met. $20.00 that is 4 cups of coffee (if you go to Starbucks) a 1/2 tank of gas, one shirt, one small bag of groceries, one small of anything in our busy lives. I want to help see this building finished and soon. How about you?

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