For the few refugees who can find work, pandemic curfews have kept them from getting to their jobs, as such violations can result in deportation and large fines. Many malnourished refugees are below healthy weight. “Our help is of vital importance to them,” the ministry leader said. “Seeing the joy in their eyes when we take the basic items to them means everything.” Nearly 900 families have received the food, water, blankets, hygiene packets and other critical aid over a six-month span, more than 5,340 people. Workers need donations of $35 or $70 to provide such compassionate aid, which includes Bibles. Pray that refugees will see the love of Christ in each item distributed.