Not only did Jesus give us the job of spreading the Gospel, the Good News, He also expected us to love and care for one another.
But we can’t all be missionaries and live in foreign countries, spreading the Gospel. But we can support our fellow Christians – other followers of Jesus Christ – in ways that we may not have thought of.
In America – and still many of parts of the world – being a Christian is not a crime. That’s not the case in the Middle East. What can WE do?
Join us at Salem United Methodist Church at 2pm Sunday, March 18, 2018, and become a Faithkeeper. (3365 Main Street, Rt. 212, Riegelsville PA 18081) We’ll spend time after the movie in discussion.
“In the Middle East, the birthplace of Christianity, Christians and other minorities are being violently persecuted, driven out and wiped out. Even their places of worship are being destroyed.
Faithkeepers gives face and voice to the humanitarian crisis and genocide affecting millions in the Middle East as a result of religious and ethnic persecution.
The film is a testament to the stories of the persecuted and an inspiring portrait of the human spirit. Using personal testimonies and original animation, the film exposes daily life for those facing violence and expulsion.
Faithkeepers – the movie and the movement – will awaken, enlighten and inspire all people of faith to stand up and take action.”