The Church Is Alive in Niger
Construction Projects | 3:45 SP-171002_Niger_Church_Rebuild_Update_2017_11_21_ST_MIX.mp4
Samaritan's Purse has come alongside the Christians of Niger and rebuilt 50 churches destroyed by radicals in January 2015.
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