Building Hope: How Mara’s House Offers Young Women a New Beginning

Imagine being a young woman who has survived persecution in Nigeria, facing hatred, abuse, and death threats from family members. In a country where 78% of girls lack primary education and one in three women face gender-based violence and economic inequality, life is especially difficult. But for these survivors, the challenges are even greater.

Meet Sharon

Sharon is a 19-year-old survivor of Christian persecution in Nigeria. Rejected by her family and illiterate, she grew up under Sharia Law, where her mother was murdered by her own father for converting to Christianity. Now, with a one-year-old son and no skills or education, she has no hope for a better future. But we can change that.

Tune in to 100 Huntley Street on May 11th to learn about Mara’s House, a safe Christian refuge that receives young women like Sharon from persecution, terrorism, conflict, kidnappings, and forced child marriages. Operated by Christian Faith Ministries, Mara’s House provides accommodations, meals, medical care, and Biblical discipleship.

Thanks to Mara’s House, these women have found refuge and a chance to rebuild their lives. Each of them has a story of struggle and pain, but with your help, they can have a hope-filled future. Crossroads Cares needs your support to complete the construction of Mara’s House and provide a safe haven for these young women.

Be sure to tune in to 100 Huntley Street on May 11th to discover how you can help these brave survivors, and make a real difference in their lives.