HAPPY BIRTHDAY PC 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!”

AMEDI

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”

A Powerful & Touching Story

To understand this story you’ll need to understand a concept we use in the pursuit of our work here in Iraq. Its origin is the teaching of Jesus Himself. Mt. 5:43-48 – Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy. 44  But I say unto you, LoveContinue reading “A Powerful & Touching Story”

CASUALTIES OF TERROR

There are two stories that I’ve been told since our arrival that have given me pause for consideration and frankly have had a profound impact on my perception of the situation here in the region. The plight of both Syrian refugees and Iraq’s IDPs is well documented but these two stories give a more upContinue reading “CASUALTIES OF TERROR”

PROJECT VOLLEYBALL: Hope and Morale in the camps

In a world that’s literally on fire all around you and going to hell in a hand basket, what on God’s green earth could be more unimportant or irrelevant than a game of volleyball? Or is it? Imagine living with a perilous and uncertain future in a refugee camp. All around you the national boundariesContinue reading “PROJECT VOLLEYBALL: Hope and Morale in the camps”

The Extinction Of Christianity In The Middle East?

There’s been a lot of News talk about the extinction of Christianity throughout the Middle East. Not just the persecution of Christians but an apparent attempt to eradicate them from the land.

NO ROOM AT THE INN (Christmas In Iraq)

It’s Christmas time, even in Iraq. It strikes me, as I ponder an email I just received from Pastor Layth in Duhok, that just as there was no room at the Inn for the Christ Child on that first Christmas Day, so it is at our Church in Kurdistan of Iraq. Let me share Layth’sContinue reading “NO ROOM AT THE INN (Christmas In Iraq)”