RELEASE – Save the Persecuted Christians ‘SaveUs’ Exhibit Exposes Threat of Genocide to Nigerian Christians

Save the Persecuted Christians | June 26, 2020

Informs and Focuses Prayer at Connecticut Capitol, Urges Revival and ‘Culture of Life’

HARTFORD, Conn.—Prayer warriors will descend on the outdoor Preacher’s Portico of the Connecticut State Capitol this weekend to urge national revival, cessation of genocidal activity toward Nigerian Christians, and remembrance of martyrs of the faith.

Participants at the Christian Activist Network gathering on Sunday, June 28, at 1 p.m. will pray for an end to the dangerous potential growth of a genocide against black Christians in Nigeria.

“SaveUs” exhibit, including aspects of the genocidal threat to Nigerian Christians, will be provided by Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC,

“We encourage the restoration of the culture of life and prayer for those in government leadership,” said STPC “SaveUs” exhibit facilitator Bill Brown of the Christian Activist Network.

The event also marks the International Day of the Christian Martyr on June 29, which some Christian traditions remember as the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, two early church fathers who were martyred for their faith.

The mission of Save the Persecuted Christians is to save lives and save souls by disseminating actionable information about the magnitude of the persecution taking place globally and by mobilizing concerned Americans for the purpose of disincentivizing further attacks on those who follow Jesus.

With so much of the world’s Christian population being imprisoned and/or harassed for their beliefs, such as faith groups in China, the need has never been greater for the sort of grassroots campaign STPC’sSaveUs Movementis working to foster. Its efforts are modeled after a miraculously successful one that helped free another population suffering from heavy persecution—Soviet Jews—by penalizing those in the Kremlin responsible for such repression. Through this movement, Save the Persecuted Christiansendeavors to provide American policymakers with the popular support they need to effect real change worldwide and alleviate systemically the suffering being experienced by so many of those following Christ.

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