It's one thing to say, "Never Again Is Now" --- and another to do something about it.
Glenn dedicated a portion of his TV program to providing an update on the evacuation of persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Awed by what had been accomplished, Glenn couldn't say enough about those who made these rescue efforts possible.
"For a long time, I have said this is the greatest audience in both television and radio, and I mean that," Glenn said. "I think this is the best collection of people of any audience, at lease I've ever seen in 40 years of broadcast."
Some of the stats he shared were nothing short of miraculous:
• Over 1,100 people assisted to date
• 880 people moved from tents and containers to homes in 4 weeks
• 110 homes blessed by "prayer warriors" in 1 week
• 18 overlooked Yazidi families living in a drainage ditch moved into homes
• 9,090 people given aid during liberation of Fallujah
None of this would have been possible without the thousands of generous listeners and viewers who contributed to Mercury One's Nazarene Fund.
Glenn also shared a new "wrinkle" in the situation.
"The catholic church and other churches over there --- for good reason --- are saying that the Christians need to stay there," Glenn said. "Nobody wants to take all of the Christians out, because then where is the light?"
Now, Mercury One and its partners are working in accordance with this change to make sure Christians who are taken out of their communities are set up in safe areas within Middle East.
Mercury One currently has a team on the ground in the Middle East, preparing another hundred Christians to move to safe locations in the coming weeks.
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