A Report on the CCare Distribution in Gombe state

Gombe State is one of the Northern States in Nigeria that is facing great persecution by religious extremists. Christians in the State have been denied of their rights as Citizens; freedom of expression, freedom of association, freedom of worship, etc. Christians are being killed and Churches being burnt, civil servants are denied of their promotions. Despite all these, their faith in Christ is being strengthened.

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CCare package distribution to the displaced children in Adamawa State, Nigeria.

Good news from Yola, Adamawa State. We decided to make a difference this year. We were looking forward to days like this when some of our children now in the Universities get into the picture of our activities. The children now adults passing out this year escorted trailers loading our reliefs and Christmas cares items into various locations in the North.

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Invitation to Stephens Children International's 12th Aniversary/Prize-Giving Day

Dear friends,

Thank you for constantly standing with our children at Stephens Children Home Abeokuta. It's time again to celebrate our outgoing children of the widows and we are happy to invite you to come join the mothers and all our friends across the nation in this years celebration.

The event would be holding on as follows:

Date: 23rd

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Boko Haram headlines hide persecution of Christians in mid-Nigeria, too

The whole world has heard of the Chibok abduction: the 276 girls, predominantly Christians, kidnapped by Boko Haram in northern Nigeria in April 2014. There are 220 still missing. But the publicity surrounding this serves to hide a more widespread persecution of Christians in the Middle Belt Region of Nigeria. Nigeria lies on the Christian/Muslim fault-line across Africa; it passes through the middle of the country, meaning there are inherent tensions over land and identity in this area. 

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Boko Haram Suspected in Killing of at Least 29 People - Mostly Christians - in Nigeria

Islamic extremist attacks in Nigeria’s Adamawa state in the past month have killed at least 29 people after weeks of Boko Haram rebels losing ground to government forces in the northeast, sources said.

Suspected Boko Haram members on Friday (May 22) slaughtered 10 Christians with machetes in Pambula-Kwamda, a Christian community in Adamawa’s Madagali Local government Area (LGA). Area residents told Newsmen that the Islamic extremist rebel group attacked at 4 a.m.

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