INTO THE HIWAYS & HEDGES

Praise Chapel, Duhok, Kurdistan, N. Iraq KURDISTAN HAS BECOME A REFUGE FOR MILLIONS: This is our reality here. The landscape near our church is dotted with huge tent cities filled with refugees and IDPs fleeing the fighting in Syria and Iraq. There are also many remote villages where whole groups of refugees have taken shelter. … Continue reading INTO THE HIWAYS & HEDGES

I’M THAT JEW

  To Watch Click or Touch Here I TOO, AM THAT JEW: For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh: 29 But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in … Continue reading I’M THAT JEW

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, Love … Continue reading A Powerful & Touching Story

With My Sincerest Thanks

Only Heaven itself measure the significance and far reaching consequences of your prayers and sacrificial giving. As you've believed and partnered with us, together, we've labored to bring redemption and relief to Iraq and the Middle East. I thank God for each one of you who've dared to believe with me for what many have viewed … Continue reading With My Sincerest Thanks

Christmas Greetings From Iraq

Pastor Layth Ibrahim wishes us all a Merry Christmas and updates us concerning the progress on our multipurpose church building and Middle East Evangelism Center. The PC congregation is growing rapidly and is now meeting in a finished hall within the facility.   PRAISE CHAPEL MISSIONS P.O. BOX 1769 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729    

Ten Years After

Ten Years After Because of a complaint by a Yezedi Parliament Member concerning the "Destruction" of her culture by Christian evangelism, we are no longer allowed to minister in the Refugee camps. Our humanitarian aid is still welcomed but not our beliefs. This is a set back, nothing more. The refugees we've touched live in … Continue reading Ten Years After