Help for
suffering Christians

Barnabas Aid is an international aid agency that aims to support Christian communities, churches and individuals around the world who face persecution and discrimination because of their faith.

We are Barnabas Aid.

We support and strengthen

Support those who suffer for the name of Jesus by providing material and spiritual support.

We make known

Make known the needs of suffering Christians to encourage prayer and financial support.

We are Biblical

Taking our mandate from Gods word

...as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.

Our statement of faith

We are local

We work with churches and local Christian ministries on the ground in some of the worlds hardest contexts through projects they have developed and are running we can meet their physical, emotional, or spiritual needs.

...and we are global

Barnabas has helped Christians in 109 countries

How we help

... and we are trusted

“We were praying God to send angels to help. Our prayers brought results and God sent Barnabas to feed us.” 

– Mr Thako, a poor Christian farmer in Pakistan, whose crops were wiped out by locusts


We are...

Biblical

Abide by Biblical teaching in our approach and conduct, even if it is difficult to do so.

Loving

Treat people of all faiths with love, respect and compassion, including persecutors.

Responsible

Stive to be good stewards of God's resources, keeping our overheads low.

Truthful

Seek to uphold the truth and be transparent in all that we say and do.

Frequently Asked Questions

When we look at this verse in Galatians, we can see that Paul calls on believers to help all people, but especially our own Christian brothers and sisters. There are lots of excellent Christian organisations around the world that do good to all people in difficult or dangerous situations. But at Barnabas Aid we believe our calling is to help especially the family of believers.

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Why do you run weekly appeals? Do they only run for a week? Shouldn’t you be focusing on one project, completing it, and then moving on to something else?

The short answer to these questions is: because the need is so great for persecuted and suffering Christians around the world.

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