Save the Persecuted Christians, an educational 501 (c)(3) non-profit charity, is a grassroots movement to save lives and save souls. We educate the public on anti-Christian violence and enlist their help in: supporting those harmed for their faith in Jesus; holding those responsible accountable; and securing significant penalties on state and non-state persecutors of Christians.
The Coalition establishes a broad-based foundation, one that unites American Christians and people of goodwill, including concerned Jews and others. Since its launch, the Coalition has conducted targeted outreach to U.S. Evangelicals, Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists, Baptists, non-denominational Christians and Jews. This alliance of human rights, media and faith leaders provides leadership for Save the Persecuted Christians via our Advisory Board that meets weekly to strategize and discuss current events. Working together, we mobilize the grassroots to engage public officials and spread news of persecution. All of our Coalition partners benefit from the increased awareness of anti-Christian persecution and the initiatives of Save the Persecuted Christians.
Save the Persecuted Christians is igniting a grassroots movement — an irresistible force of the people in the pews — to advocate for the world’s Christians, educate Americans about their plight and demand the imposition of real costs on those who persecute them. Grassroots organizations play an important social and political role. They serve as a burr-under- the-saddle of political elites. The combined voice of the grassroots empowers individuals to engage with government and private sector stakeholders. For their part, government leaders are often moved to action when “rank-and-file” ordinary people mobilize themselves into a formidable force.
Latest from Save The Persecuted Christians:
- NIGERIA – Three Years Later: Leah Sharibu Is Still Missingon February 17, 2021
Save the Persecuted Christians | February 17, 2021 Human Rights Activists Call on Nigeria to Secure Christian Teen’s Release from Boko Haram WASHINGTON, D.C. — Feb. 19, 2021 marks three years since Boko Haram terrorists surrounded a boarding school in Dapchi, northern Nigeria, and dragged off 109 young girls and one boy. Within a month, five
- RELEASE – NGOs Join Susanna Liew in Calling on the Prime Minister of Malaysia to Release Information on Her Husband Pastor Raymond Koh’s Abductionon February 12, 2021
For Immediate Release | February 12, 2021 WASHINGTON — February 13, 2021 marks four years since the highly orchestrated abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh – which was captured on CCTVs. Despite this, the Malaysian government has failed to find any information nor conducted a genuine investigation. NGOs in DC are calling for the Malaysia […]
- IRAQ – With a Mass Funeral, Yazidi Survivors Honor Victims of ISISon February 7, 2021
Seattle Times | Feb. 7, 2021 KOJO, Iraq — They had waited years to bury the remains of their husbands, sons and brothers. Cradling fresh earth draped in Iraqi flags, the Yazidi women called out as if their loved ones could still hear them. On Saturday, the remains of 103 victims, members of the Yazidi
- UGANDA – Family of Assaulted Pastor Attacked Again by Area Muslimson January 28, 2021
Morning Star News | January 28, 2021 NAIROBI, Kenya – Muslim villagers on Sunday (Jan. 24) attacked the wife and children of a pastor in eastern Uganda who is still receiving hospital treatment for a previous assault, sources said. Nearly four weeks after the assault on pastor Moses Nabwana and his wife, Lovisa Naura, in Nankodo Sub-County, […]
- PAKISTAN – Brother of Christian imprisoned in Pakistan on blasphemy charge pleads for Biden to helpon January 21, 2021
Christian Post | January 21, 2021 A United States citizen whose brother is facing the possibility of being sentenced to death in Pakistan on trumped-up blasphemy charges is asking the Biden administration to put pressure on Pakistan to release his brother. In three months, 47-year-old Pakistani Christian man Nadeem Samson will go before […]
- NIGERIA – Bishop Kuka Gets Fresh International Appointment From The Popeon January 19, 2021
Newspot Nigeria | January 19, 2021 The Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Hassan Kukah has been appointed by Pope Francis as a member of the Dicastery for the Promotion of Human Integral Development. Newspot understands the Dicastery is a group of persons charged with the responsibility of advising the Pope on issues of justice and peace, human
- RELEASE – United States Takes Action Against Violators of Religious Freedomon December 16, 2020
Save the Persecuted Christians | December 16, 2020 CONTACT:Hamilton Strategies, [email protected], Nick DiFazio, 610.584.1096, ext. 104, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102 Save the Persecuted Christians Applauds the Designation of Nigeria as a Country of Particular Concern WASHINGTON— In a recent statement, Secretary of State Michael […]
- RELEASE – Save the Persecuted Christians Responds to Recent Attacks in Northeastern Nigeriaon December 1, 2020
Save the Persecuted Christians | December 1, 2020 ‘There Must Be Accountability for These Violent Attacks’ WASHINGTON— Many civilians are dead after armed men on motorcycles gruesomely attacked agricultural workers in northeastern Nigeria. Officials say the attack occurred Saturday in the country’s Borno state. Multiple outlets report […]
- RELEASE – Save the Persecuted Christians Urges Attendance of Side-Events to the Polish Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedomon November 19, 2020
Save the Persecuted Christians | November 18 2020 ‘Christians Have a Responsibility to Inform Themselves’ WASHINGTON—Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC), a leading international human rights advocacy group that works on behalf of hundreds of millions of persecuted Christians worldwide, announces two virtual side-events to the Polish […]
- UGANDA – UGANDAN BOY KIDNAPPED BY WITCH DOCTOR, KILLED AS SACRIFICEon November 16, 2020
TAB Media | November 16, 2020 A boy was killed as a human sacrifice in Uganda after a woman opposed to the boy’s Christian father sold the boy to a witch doctor. Sulaiman Pulisi, a former iman who became a Christian, said his son, Abdulmajidu (then 11), and daughter (then 13) disappeared from home in