WHAT WE DO

 

Where can persecuted Christians go when their lives are at risk? If they can’t escape persecution in their own home country, they are often left with few options. Despite being without money or connections, they are forced to flee from their homeland and resettle in a new country.

 

Freedom Seekers International helps persecuted Christians in hostile countries relocate to places of safety. Freedom Seekers International bridges the gap to resettlement by offering interim assistance and innovative solutions. Our role is to partner with persecuted Christians to advocate on their behalf, provide the connections, resources and communications necessary for a safe transition to a new life.

HOW WE HELP

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AS NEEDED

EDUCATION AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

PRAYER SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT

ADVOCACY WITH UN, GOV. AGENCIES & MORE

HOW YOU CAN HELP

 

The transition a persecuted believer makes from persecution to safety often takes place in resettlement and self sufficiency.

 

Your support allows Freedom Seekers International to help a believer through each of these steps so that they have the best chance at achieving the freedom they need to live out their God given potential.

INITIAL STAGE

Resettlement includes obtaining necessary documents and safe transportation. Most believers don’t know the moment at which they will be able to flee and often cannot take many possessions. Freedom Seekers Intl. supporters facilitate these needs by providing the price of transportation and fees, as well as praying for safety.

RESETTLEMENT

As a refugee in his or her new location, a believer often cannot secure work or put their children in school. Recent connections have opened up options which have proven successful. The process to resettle is often long and costly; however, your gifts of support help tremendously.

SELF-SUFFICIENCY

After resettlement is granted, relocation to the country of resettlement is required. Your support helps Freedom Seekers International assist the believer to make this final move, adjust to a new society and develop a means of self-sufficiency.

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