Churches have provided food and clothes for Pakistani slave labourers and their families by responding to our Christmas appeals but have not mentioned about many individuals who support us.
We are grateful for churches that support us and we hope that your church too will join forces with us to defend the weak and the voiceless Christians in Pakistan.
Here are some things you and your church can do:
God cares and He can change even the most difficult situations. So, please pray for the progress of CLAAS’ campaign for the abolishment of the Blasphemy law and for the Pakistani Christians we are helping.
Go to Please Pray page for how to pray about Pakistani Christians and for the latest prayer points.
You can invite your congregation to join forces with CLAAS and with thousands of concerned individuals in the UK as we campaign for the abolishment of the Blasphemy law in Pakistan.
Add your name to the campaign today.
Your church can be a real blessing to persecuted Christians in Pakistan. Here are some of the ways you can help ease the suffering and burdens of persecuted Christians and their families:
We cannot respond to the cries of the persecuted Christians in Pakistan without your help. So, please give generously today. Give Now
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