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From the field | Atrocities unfolding on the frontlines

From the field | Atrocities unfolding on the frontlines

I just returned from the bombed out streets of Hassan Sham, just outside of Mosul. Once a thriving home to more than 5,000 people, this village is little more than a ghost town now. Our jeep crept along the main road, swerving to avoid debris and the armored vehicles...
Is this Mosul’s darkest hour?

Is this Mosul’s darkest hour?

For two years, ISIS has controlled Mosul, Iraq. For refugees trapped there, it’s felt like being trapped inside a tomb. But the battle to liberate Mosul is underway — and refugees are streaming out of the city desperate to break free. Most are taking only what they...
From the field | Your prayers are making a difference in Iraq

From the field | Your prayers are making a difference in Iraq

As I’ve spent the past week with many of our brothers and sisters in Iraq, I’ve been constantly reminded of Paul’s words in Romans 8: Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or...
From the field | Mosul’s children are suffering

From the field | Mosul’s children are suffering

“No one should have to live under these conditions … especially children,” I thought to myself as I looked around the Debaga refugee camp, just 20 minutes from the front lines of the battle for Mosul. As the World Help team and I assessed needs, we realized the living...
From the field | Delivering hope in the midst of war

From the field | Delivering hope in the midst of war

Today, I arrived just 50 miles outside of Mosul. It was here that thousands of refugees were flooding out of the war zone in the city, barely escaping with their lives … their faces displaying what true weariness looks like. These poor men and women have suffered...
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