People ask: “What makes Rescue Christians different from other Persecuted Christian Organizations?” Answer:
What makes Rescue Christians different from most others is that we are unique from most others in that we focus ALL our efforts to actually saving
Christians from being liquidated.
Most organizations have a mission where Christian persecution exists in that they predominately focus on providing Bibles, evangelize non-Christians
and to send representatives around the world to inform about Christian persecution.
While this is a noble endeavor, these organizations lack in carrying actual missions to save the lives of the victims. When we first embarked on our mission to get aid and to our astonishment we discovered that the main organizations that advertise helping the persecuted Christians rejected our plea to aid in the flight of several Christians who were about to be starved, executed, or imprisoned in Pakistan. On several occasions we reached out to our Christian brethren who flatly refused help in several genuine cases.
Our mission is simple and is based on the commandment in Matthew 25 to provide real support to the hungry and imprisoned. In Matthew 25 we believe that Christ bases his judgment in regards to provide actual aid and giving comfort to the persecuted. The ones who enter the Kingdom are evaluated based on this issue alone (Matthew 25: 31-46).
While we can pray, send Bibles and make the world aware, it is our power to do much more, so please support by donating for the victims and your rewards will be in heaven. If you cannot afford
to give yourself, you can network with others and help others be made aware of this work.
There are many different kinds of missions and missionaries. A true missionary must work through daunting, dangerous and often thankless missions because it is one of those jobs that are done best when the identity of a missionary is kept hidden; it is a major tenet of any Christian’s work among missionaries. To be a missionary with Rescue Christians is certainly not the easiest of jobs; it is not like other organizations, missionaries or jobs. Yes, there is the Great Commission, to spread the Good News of the Gospel; it is among the most important of missions but when a missionary does that, it can often mean that his work is helping Christians who are not in the greatest danger. Persecuted Christians certainly desire to be on the receiving end of a Christian’s work. It’s just that the ones who are being persecuted have survival and safety at the top of their lists, which creates the need for very strong and courageous missionaries who do the most dangerous of jobs.
$10 provides food for a family of 6 for two days
$400 provides rent for a safe house for a month
$1000 provide air fare for one person to escape in extreme emergency.
Any amount multiplied by thousands of partners and we can save thousands of lives.
In our first three years of operating we saved over 1500 people.