Don’t Stop Sharing This Until Every Person Who Cares About Christians Sees it

Faithkeepers is an upcoming documentary film about the violent persecution of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East.  This issue is not new.  But it’s getting worse, and there is something we can do about it.

The film features exclusive footage and testimonials of Christians, Baha’i, Yazidis, Jews, and other minority refugees. It presents a historical context of the persecution of minorities in the war-torn region. It is due to be released next year. The film also follows the story of a 24-year-old Christian student from North Carolina on her journey of understanding, discovery and solidarity with persecuted brothers and sisters in the Middle East. Faithkeepers – the movie and the movement – will awaken, enlighten and inspire all people of faith to stand up and take action.

A Fight for Survival

This is going on in Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and other countries in the Middle East. It must become known to the entire world. Kurds in Iraq and elsewhere need the support of the international community. Minorities in other countries often suffer discrimination. However, in the Middle East, they face much more than persecution. They face extinction.

“Accept Mohammed or face torture.”  There is more than a mere battle for control in Syria and Egypt.  There is a battle for the souls of the local population.  Freedom of worship simply does not exist in this part of the world.

The Clarion Project

The Clarion Project does an excellent job at dealing with the most controversial non-politically correct issues of the day.  Any Christian or person who supports freedom of religion should support the Clarion Project.

The most important thing for this cause is exposure.  Spread this video.  Get the word out about the Clarion Project.  Take a Stand, and make sure persecution of minorities in the Middle East is on the agenda of your lawmakers.

 

Published: June 29, 2017
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