OUR WORKERS IN IRAQ & EGYPT Sometimes its crisis that brings out the best in people. This is certainly true of our workers in Iraq and Egypt. Like everyone else worldwide, they’re in a state of lockdown due to the quarantine. We’re all well aware of the hardship this presents in our own nation, butContinue reading “I COULDN’T BE PROUDER!”
Mandatory Closure of all Churches & Mosques in Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
Impoverished Children & Orphans School Backpacks and Supplies
CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO It’s cold in Upper Egypt right now. We don’t usually think of cold weather when we think of Egypt but it can get very cold here and without much in the way of heating in the homes, warm blankets are a real blessing. The prominent figure in the photos isContinue reading “Winter Blankets – Upper Egypt”
She was Family to all who knew and loved her.
Pastor Layth Ibrahim- Praise Chapel Duhok Dear Brothers and Sisters I want to share a wonderful story with you. We had a family activity day at our church. Families gathered together to play table tennis, billiards, volleyball, and basketball. Our women supplied us with food for the occasion. Suddenly, two young men appeared and itContinue reading “Wonderful Story Out Of Iraq”
Jack Harris gives a brief perspective from Dohuk, Kurdistan N. Iraq.
Yesterday we drove through a winter snowstorm from Dohuk to a small village called Inishky to pray for a young woman who’d been taken to the hospital the night before in tremendous pain. The higher we went into the mountains to worse the snow was. It seemed so novel to be driving through theContinue reading “MISSION THROUGH THE SNOW IN IRAQ”
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PC IRAQ! Churches have birthdays too. We’re praising and thanking GOD for our miracle in the Middle East. One more year and we’re still here and growing. That’s something to celebrate. A NOTE FROM JACK HARRIS: Our Church and work in Iraq and the Middle East is totally dependent upon your monthly support.Continue reading “HAPPY BIRTHDAY PC IRAQ!”
Amediya or Amedi as its called in Kurdistan of Iraq is a beautiful city built on a plateau. It’s history dates back to 3000 BC to Assyrian times. It’s also said to be one of the capitols of the ancient empire of the Medes, hence its name, Amedi (of the Medes). Caravans traveling through theContinue reading “AMEDI”