Will you give microloans to Christians in the most dangerous places?
Right now, millions of African Christians have been cast out of their communities with no way of supporting themselves. COVID-19 has only made the situation worse.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Ethiopian believer, Khalid, was given a microloan from Open Doors after his Muslim family shunned him for his new faith in Jesus.
Now, he runs a convenience store, not only supporting himself but also employing other persecuted Christians in his village.
“The loan changed many things in my life. The number of customers keeps growing, and my shop has expanded,” Khalid shared.
$50 could provide essential financial mentoring to believers receiving a microloan.
$200 could deliver livestock to a farmer in a secret country.
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