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News from our team in Aleppo

You've probably seen news reports from Aleppo, where the situation is volatile and changing by the hour. Government troops have retaken almost all of the rebel-held areas of the city, at huge cost to the people who live there. There have been confirmed reports of atrocities as well as heavy and continuous shelling in the east of the city. The situation is desperate.

Our staff member, Gaith,* and family are in the (relatively safer) west of the city. However the situation is so uncertain that everywhere is dangerous. They can hear warplanes going overhead and explosions constantly.

Gaith says, 'We are all concerned and praying and praying! War is terrible and we must go on living for Jesus and Him only! We find it hard to hear more news! We just pray for mercy!'

Please remember them in your prayers this Christmas, and please continue to pray for peace in Aleppo. You can't imagine how much this means to the family. Gaith asked me to send their love to you and said, 'tell them we are alive because of their prayers.'

If you want to want to encourage others with your prayers, please post them on our prayer tree

Find out how you can support Gaith's work in Syria.

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