How We Work
Our Field Teams
When lives hang in the balance, every minute counts. That’s why we have embedded teams in the field who can help Christians in-person at a moment’s notice. These teams work closely with trusted church partners in local areas to provide physical and spiritual support to our hurting brothers and sisters.
Our field teams meet with individuals to hear their stories, assess their urgent needs, and prayerfully prioritize their cases.
We then provide holistic support tailored to each individual’s practical and spiritual needs—from safe housing to pastoral care and more.
Our goal is to build long-term discipleship relationships that empower the church to flourish—even in hostile regions.
How We're Helping
Christians face real threats because of their faith. We provide “lightning funds”—available immediately to those in imminent danger.
Many Christians are left without a home after fleeing dangerous situations. Help The Persecuted provides temporary safe housing and living expenses to help them get back on their feet again.
Pastoral & Trauma Care
Help The Persecuted connects those who have left their lives behind with new circles of support and fellowship. Due to the trauma and loss many have experienced, we also offer biblical counseling and retreats which provide a safe place for healing to begin.
Many Help The Persecuted recipients are victims of extreme abuse—some at the hands of their own family members. Others need critical medication they no longer have access to. We offer timely medical support for their needs.
When families are forced to leave their homes behind, or when young people are disowned by their loved ones, they are often unable to complete their education. We fund schooling so the displaced and the persecuted can complete their education and provide for their families.
It is very difficult as a convert or refugee to find work. Many persecuted believers need help finding new jobs or starting new businesses.
“The King will say, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of Mine, you did for Me.’”