Having been very quiet on the Nazarene Fund for a while, Glenn revealed why on his TV program Tuesday night.
"We're in a very delicate situation at this point with everything that is going on in Europe, everything that is happening in Syria and Iraq," Glenn said. "People lose their lives, and this whole thing is very, very, very delicate."
Johnnie Moore, who is heading up the efforts of the Nazarene Fund to rescue Christians in the Middle East seeking asylum, joined Glenn's show to give some updates and explain the strategy behind the silence.
"I'm so excited to tell you, Glenn, we are signing an agreement today to get a whole group of people, a whole jet full of people, into Europe before Christmas so it's all going to be signed, sealed, and delivered," Moore said.
He didn't mention the country by name out of precaution, explaining "bad guys" might step up and say that country is discriminating against Muslims or doing something irresponsible.
"It's just a very, very delicate situation," he said.
Later in the conversation, Glenn asked Johnnie to share what he's been hearing from those on the ground he's been working to help escape their dire predicament.
"They know that they’re forgotten no more," Moore said. "They see in the hope that your viewers and your listeners have provided, they see in that hope the future not only of their children but of generations. It’s an amazing, amazing thing."
Watch the clip from the interview below.