Supporting the European Mission Fellowship (EMG e.V.) in rescuing slaves from ISIS
Dear Friends and readers,
To my great joy and personnel enrichment I can report that I was able to volunteer at the European Mission Fellowship (EMG) for one and a half week. During this time I was able to get to know the former ISIS sex slave named “Shirin”. It was an extraordinary experience to watch and learn and be able to help the EMG. Here is a short interview that I led with Frank Seidler, chairman of the EMG.
I: I am surprised at the many areas and countries your organization is supporting. Since when are you operating?
Frank Seider: The EMG has only existed for about ten years. There are ten service fields and in average we start a new project per week. We don’t create these projects, instead we get asked to support.
I: what overwhelmed me the most was your work regarding the displaced people and furthermore the redemption of ISIS slaves. What made you choose to do this?
Frank Seidler: In December 2015 I was invited to help the displaced Christians in the northern Iraqi refugee camps. During this two week stay, I had the opportunity to weiter lesen>>