IraqRefugee Relief

The Syrian Refugee Crisis

For most of us, the Syrian refugee crisis is overwhelming, multifaceted, and hard to understand. Many people are filled with questions and a desire to help, but it can be hard figuring out exactly where to start. Perhaps one of the questions you have is, "Who are these refugees?" Refugees…
IraqRefugee Relief

Fleeing Iraq

Would you put your family's life at risk if you knew it was the only way to help your daughter get the help she needed? Bilal emigrated from Syria to Koya in Northern Iraq some years ago. He served as a police officer in the city of Koya but had…
World Compassion Staff
February 24, 2016
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Bibles for Iran

At the start of the year, we set a goal for 2015 to smuggle over 30,000 Bibles into the nation of Iran, one of the most hostile nations towards Christianity.  This is a big goal for us and a huge step toward our 100,000 Bible target. (more…)
Jason Law
June 15, 2015
IraqRefugee Relief

A Mother’s Worst Nightmare

Ida and family 47-year-old mother Living in Ankawa Mall August 6th, 2014: ISIS Invades Karagosh. A woman and two girls die. The crisis causes a flurry of fear and much of the city packs whatever they can and flees. Today: Ida is 47 and is married to a 63-year-old man…
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Unlocking the Middle East

Sometimes preaching the Gospel isn't enough to convince others to follow Jesus. In the Middle East, this is especially true, even for those who have suffered greatly under the violence of radical Islam. I’ve encountered and heard stories of many Iraqis who chose to stay and live in the new…
Jason Law
April 13, 2015
IraqRefugee Relief

Ivana's Smile

  Standing in the courtyard of his church where hundreds of refugees now live, Pastor Raja (name has been changed for security) said something very profound: "These refugees will forget those who caused this tragedy, but they will not forget those who loved them during it.” Pastor Raja has helped…
Spiritual Development

Is Unforgiveness Keeping You Sick?

I was recently speaking at a church in Tennessee for a healing service. As we began, I first asked how many people needed to forgive somebody and hadn’t done it. I would probably say there were about 50 people in the audience who had raised their hand. They had not…
Terry Law
March 6, 2015
Spiritual Development

Reaching Our Nineveh

When God called his servant Jonah to go to Nineveh and cry against the great city, Jonah fled to Tarshish seeking to escape God’s instruction. Jonah recognized the voice of God, a voice he had surely heard in times past. Whether for fear of his own safety or disregard for…
Terry Law
January 29, 2015
Spiritual Development

Exciting Expectations

Have you ever had the feeling something good was coming, even if you couldn't pinpoint what it was or how it may happen? That feeling is hope (Romans 8:24-25). Hope is defined as the joyful expectation of the goodness of God. As we go into 2015, I am already filled…
Jason Law
January 12, 2015
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All Things New

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” - II Corinthians 5:17 The New Year is always a time of reflection and change.  We all want change and growth in our lives, but much of this change…
World Compassion Staff
January 5, 2015
BurmaRaising Orphans

From abandoned to chosen.

No one can care for all 1.6 million orphans in Burma, but anyone can make a difference in the life of one child. In November, I had the incredible chance of witnessing one of our children meet her sponsor for the very first time. (more…)
Jason Law
December 19, 2014
BurmaRaising Orphans

From shy to confident.

Su Su is a 13-year-old girl who lives in the orphanage and has shown tremendous growth. You may recall me sharing some of her story before! When I first met Su Su over two years ago, she was very distant, did not smile, and had very little self-confidence. Just getting…
Jason Law
December 19, 2014
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Seasons

I enjoy the Christmas season and all that comes with it in our American culture. One of my family’s favorite Christmas traditions is to go pick out our Christmas tree on the day after Thanksgiving, then decorate the house, listen to Christmas music, and snack on cookies, candies, hot chocolate…
Jason Law
December 15, 2014
IraqRefugee Relief

We Filled the Container!

Chelsea Dischinger, a stay-at-home mom from Southern California, had an incredible burden to do something to help refugees who have been displaced by ISIS and the Syrian civil war. During a discussion Chelsea had with her husband Michael, he reminded her that their friend Jason Law with World Compassion does…
World Compassion Staff
December 11, 2014

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