Update on Leah Sharibu:
OpenDoors has recently made known that there is a report circulating that Leah Sharibu has been killed in Boko Haram activity.
Leah is a Christian who was kidnapped by Boko Haram/ISWAP on February 19th, 2018. She has refused to recant her faith in Christ.
Please pray with us and her family, that these reports are untrue. Please pray especially for her family. Updates will come. Thank you.
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It is days from her 16th birthday, and Leah Sharibu is still held captive by Boko Haram for refusing to convert to Islam. Please pray with me today for her soon release, and that she would be safe, healthy and well as she is free. Thank you.
To help in Leah’s return, please sign this petition from the American Center of Law and Justice (ACLJ). They need our support now more than ever.
Leah’s faith is in a God who is not dead nor distant, but rather very real, alive, and near to her (Deuteronomy 31:6; Luke 24). Learn more about Jesus and His Love for you here.
It has been a little over a year since Christian girl Leah Sharibu was taken captive. She was kept in Boko Haram’s clutches because she refused to renounce her faith in Jesus Christ.
I want the same boldness and loyalty to Christ that Leah has. I would like to think that I, too, would refuse to renounce Jesus, but I cannot know for sure.
Leah is an inspiration; a gem who is precious to our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Please take some time today to pray over Leah, and over her family.
Thank you for your prayers!
Leah’s faith in Christ is amazing. Learn more about Jesus, and what He has done for you and I, here.
It has been 235 days since Leah Sharibu was taken, along with 110 other girls, into captivity by Boko Haram.
While 105 of these girls were freed, some passed away, and only Leah was left behind– all because of her unwaivering faith in Christ as she refused to convert to islam.
Let’s pray for this beautiful young woman’s release!
“Please, whoever you are, please,” he cries out.
Up at 3 o’clock in the morning, a man prays to be able to see his family again. Desperation fills his voice as tears run down his cheeks. He hangs his head low. “Do you even care?”
This is the situation countless Nigerians have found themselves in. After their families and loved ones have been attacked and kidnapped by Boko Haram, all those left behind have are pictures and prayers. Continue reading