Families of Martyred Christians “Overwhelmed” by Love Expressed for Them In Letters

ISIS beheads 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians on a beach in Libya (Reuters)
ISIS beheads 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians on a beach in Libya (Reuters)

The families of some martyred Christians have been “overwhelmed” by the love expressed for them in writing by fellow believers half way around the globe.

A recent letter-writing campaign turned out to be a blessing to the families of the 21 Christians who were executed this year by ISIS in North Africa. The horrific event was captured on video, with ISIS members wearing black and the Christians wearing orange jumpsuits.

Since that time, pastors, churches, and religious organizations have been doing various things with the color orange to remember those killed. Meanwhile, EngageMagazine.net began inviting people to write letters that Tom Doyle of E3 Partners would deliver to the families of the martyrs. Doyle provided an update Tuesday on American Family Radio.

“I just want to thank all of the folks … for sending the letters,” he said. “We got them [and] we took over 2,000 of them, and these martyr families were overwhelmed with the love.”

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SOURCE: OneNewsNow.com
Chris Woodward