We have a historic opportunity in the Middle East

There is currently an unparalleled, God-ordained, opportunity for refugees in the Middle East to find God, even in the midst of their pain. In response to this great opportunity for the Kingdom to be advanced, ACTS is beginning a new initiative to reach 30,000 Middle Eastern refugees with the gospel and humanitarian aid. This fall, we are sending teams of people into the heart of the refugee crisis in the Middle East to share the gospel of the Kingdom and to distribute food and aid to those in need.

In light of this great opportunity to reach 30,000 refugees with the gospel and aid, we want to invite you to financially partner with this Refugee Initiative. We have received a $20,000 matching grant from now until October 7, meaning that each dollar you give to reach these refugees between now and October 7 will be doubled. We invite you to help make a lasting impact on the lives of refugees.

Thank you for partnering with us to make an eternal difference in the lives of desperate men, women, and children at this hour in the Middle East!

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