Recent photos from our Church in Duhok. They speak for themselves concerning the Children now being touched, the ongoing Outreaches and relief to Refugees and IDPs as well as new baptisms every month as more and more people come to JESUS CHRIST. Looks like Christianity isn't extinct in Iraq after all. Don't you love it … Continue reading Amazing Photos from PC Duhok, Kurdistan of Iraq
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 it … Continue reading Wonderful Story Out Of 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
REPORT IRAQ: A MIRACLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST| an exciting update concerning PC Duhok, Kurdistan of Iraq. Revival and the Current Situation in Storehouse Presentation Photostory format. TAP or CLICK on photo
Thanks to your vision and generosity our Multipurpose Worship Center in Duhok, N. Iraq is nearing completion.
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 out of the fires of persecution. This has always been the legacy of the Faith
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's … Continue reading NO ROOM AT THE INN (Christmas In Iraq)