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Worldwide Persecution the Sobering Subject of a Special Presentation in Cranbury

Credits: International Christian Concern 2013

A special one-hour presentation regarding the alarming rise of Christian persecution and the loss of religious liberty worldwide will be hosted by volunteers from International Christian Concern (ICC) (, a charity dedicated to awareness, advocacy and assistance for the persecuted.

The evening, entitled, “Acts For the Persecuted,” will feature the premiere of a short film, “Sing a Little Louder,” a look at the lack of response to persecution in the past. Specific actions that can be taken by individuals, groups, churches or other organizations will be offered in an effort to help International Christian Concern’s mission to comfort and support victims of persecution worldwide. 

The film premiere and information session will take place at Cranbury United Methodist Church on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 7:00 pm. The church is located at 21 N. Main Street in Cranbury, NJ. There is no admission charge, but donations for International Christian Concern will be accepted.

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According to Gary Charwin, a local volunteer for ICC, “The rise of persecution and the loss of religious liberties worldwide should be of enormous concern to all of us. It is our responsibility to awaken ourselves and those around us to this crisis.”

Churches or other organizations interested in bringing this “Acts For the Persecuted” presentation to their group should contact Gary Charwin by email ( or by phone (609-722-7012). Learn more about Acts For the Persecuted by joining them on Facebook (

About International Christian Concern [ICC]

Since 1995, International Christian Concern has been assisting the worldwide persecuted Christian church by providing assistance, awareness and advocacy. ICC has been the bridge between believers in free countries and believers in persecuted countries: To learn more visit

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