“Ask of Me, and I will give You
The nations for Your inheritance,
And the ends of the earth for Your possession.”
Psalm 2:8 (NKJV)
“Behold, the nations are as a drop of a bucket,
and are counted as the small dust of the balance:
behold, he taketh up the isles as a very little thing.”
Isaiah 40:15 (NKJV)
Will you join WeRemnant, as we partner with H4N, to provide monthly support for the food and educational needs of these precious children?
Will you express your love for JESUS CHRIST by providing food and educational support for these precious orphans?
Your love offering of $30 per month will provide food and educational support to these precious children.
Your offering opens the door of Christian education to the children in the way they should go, so when they grow into adults, they will not depart from it.
Boko Haram, meaning “Western education is sin,” has been burning homes, destroying villages and kidnapping girls from schools in the northern part of Nigeria since 2009. Pregnant women have had babies ripped out of their wombs, elderly women raped, pastors and their families burned alive, entire church congregations gunned down in the middle of Sunday services. Nevertheless, the persecuted Church lives on in northern Nigeria.
Since 2002, the LORD raised up Pastor Solomon to begin caring for abandoned, orphaned and disabled children he found as he traveled the country’s jungles to preach the Gospel. By 2012, he already had 700 in a small orphanage called “Home for the Needy” (H4N). Thinking he could take on no more, JESUS brought 2000 additional children who survived various Boko Haram attacks. These children had watched their parents killed so they could escape into caves and thick forests. No food, no water, no families.
When the buses of rescued children arrived at H4N, the children got off the buses, ran to the fields and began eating grass. That is how they survived in the forests.
Today, Pastor Solomon has over 4,000 orphans and hundreds of widows that he cares for at H4N, where they receive the Gospel, discipleship, education, food and shelter.
Their biggest need is food and education.