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Introducing Pastor Steven from Rwanda:

Pastor Steven

Pastor Steven Turikunkiko has set up a community in Rwanda for victims of the genocide. 160 widows & teenagers & 80 younger children live with him; farming, sharing their lives and caring for those dying from AIDS. The community subsists on less than $1 per person per day.

At enormous personal sacrifice, Pastor Steven and his wife have also adopted 20 orphans - who live with them and their 2 other children.

For more information on Steven and this incredible community of hope, click here


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Christian exodus of Iraq continues

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Iraq flagThere is a continuing exodus of Christians from Iraq, new figures have shown.

More than ever before, Iraqi Christians live in fear for their lives. The bodies of many Christians have been found in shallow graves recently, ranging from Bishops and Priests to 5-year old Christian children.

Pope Benedict XVI this week called on the world to support "the ancient Christian community of that noble land."

Before the Allied invasion of 2003, there were 1.4 m Christians living in peace in Iraq. They were generally well treated and held many influential posts in the government as well as in the community: doctors, lawyers and such like. Now, it is estimated that only 400,000 Christians live in Iraq - and they are mostly in fear for their lives.

Christians are on an exodus from the Middle-East generally - but nowehere else is seeing the vast numbers of displaced believers as Iraq.

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