Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report
JULY 1, 2021 – JUNE 30, 2022

RESCUE.
RESTORE.
REBUILD

We are ministers of the Gospel who RESCUE believers escaping imminent danger. RESTORE believers to full physical, emotional, and spiritual health. REBUILD their lives, empowering them to thrive as disciples of Christ in hostile places.

You've been the picture of Jesus to people like Mishari — his parents murdered by militia in Syria years ago. He says, "I wish my parents were alive to see this kind of love and support. Thank you for standing with us."

We did not know what God had in store for us this year — we simply said "YES!" Thank you for standing with Help The Persecuted to minister to so many.

LEtter
from the president

"Therefore, among God's churches we boast about your perseverance and faith in all the persecutions and trials you are enduring."

2 Thessalonians 1:4

In places hostile to the Gospel across the Muslim world, persecution of Christians grows. God's beloved children are demeaned, abused, unable to earn a living, and even murdered for their faith. When God commands us to rescue our suffering brothers and sisters, this is who He is talking about! Our "marching orders" are clear.

This is why Help The Persecuted exists. To share in the burden our brothers and sisters bear. To encourage and bolster the faith of believers, while taking every opportunity to share the Gospel with the lost. To see the Church flourish in hostile places. And you stand with us to make it happen.

We do not always know how God will use us to impact and save lives, but with your help, we are able to answer His call and obediently move forward no matter what.

This past year, we intervened in the midst of an unexpected crisis in Afghanistan, evacuating hundreds. We fed thousands suffering from food insecurity in places like Lebanon. Persecuted men, women, and children were secretly sheltered in one of our 18 Safe Houses throughout the Muslim world. Through our programs and outreach efforts, more than 47,000 persecuted believers were supported across 14 countries.

We've been flexible and obedient to God's call. In return, He has blessed our efforts.

And I am grateful for your willingness to stand with us. We could not have done it without you!

Joshua Youssef
President & CEO

Lives Saved

AFGHANISTAN

In the summer of '21, mass evacuations were not on Help The Persecuted's radar. But as U.S troops withdrew from Afghanistan and the Taliban took over, the desperate phone calls started pouring in, and we knew we had to respond! We prayed and God said "Go!" And then, He opened doors at every turn to enable you and Help The Persecuted to do what was necessary to save lives.

We received this text as one family arrived in their new home country of Germany: "Greetings to you, and thank you for saving our lives!"

With your support, Help The Persecuted moved more than 750 persecuted believers safely out of Afghanistan.

Joyful Stories of Your Impact

We responded to her desperate voicemail!

Farida, her mother, and her siblings are safely living in the United States today. It has been confirmed that her father was taken by the Taliban and is in prison. Please be praying for him. Thank you for delivering Farida — and many others — from the hands of the wicked!

“Thank you so much. What you’re doing for us — it’s a big thing for us. We are in a good place right now, and everything is because of you. Really, thanks to all of you.” —Farida

Reunited!

Esin and Kashm had been living with their Christian uncle since their parents’ divorce in their youth. They were just teenagers last year when the Taliban invaded. To hide, they put on burqas and pretended to be their church leaders’ wives when the Taliban swept through. Thankfully, with not so much as a glance, they exited the building to freedom.

We put them up in a temporary Help The Persecuted Safe House where they stayed until boarding our evacuation flights to Abu Dhabi. The girls were scared and on their own. Miraculously, they were able to reconnect with their mother and are now all living together in the United States!

As we continue to minister to refugees, we've been blessed to witness joyous baptisms as believers are now free to make a public profession of faith.

Afghanistan
Rescue Timeline

August 15, 2021 — Taliban takes
control of Kabul

Our first plea for help: a group of 150 Westerners and locals, many Christians, from a trusted partner organization. They were working in Afghanistan to help rebuild — setting up schools — when they couldn’t leave the country.

Our Field Ministry Team member in Turkey, Qasem, begins receiving daily calls from Christians needing help to get out of Afghanistan.

Farida’s desperate voicemail captures our attention ... “Hello brother ... excuse me for calling you a lot. I am very worried, and my last hope is for you to get us out of here. My father has been missing since yesterday ... and we are afraid that the Taliban will attack our house....”

August 31 — the final U.S. transport plane takes off, carrying the last of the military personnel and leaving thousands of our Afghan allies and Christians behind. The Kabul Airport is no longer an option.

A group of well-connected advisors and volunteers comes together with us to move people on our list up to the northern part of Afghanistan, where it will be easier to hide and gain access to a border.  

Over the next few weeks, we help
approximately 200 persecuted Afghans evacuate the country.

October 20 — we charter eight buses and two planes... and successfully move 545 people out of Afghanistan in one day!

Forced to Flee

Help and Hope
for Refugees

Research showed in the first months of 2022, more than 100 million individuals were displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations. This accounts for an increase of 10.7 million people displaced from the end of the previous year.

At Help The Persecuted, we’ve served refugees for many years! It’s a hallmark of our outreach to meet the needs of Christians often displaced by war and extreme persecution.

Afghan Refugees:
A Growing Ministry

Even before the Taliban takeover of Kabul in August 2021, we were building a network of support for Afghan Christians.

Once the Taliban takeover occurred, we were able to quickly solidify our connections.

But on the ground, we see these refugees, in places like Turkey, living in terrible conditions. And because these families are desperate for food and necessities, many young women are being forced to marry or falling prey to sexual predators.

This gives us many open doors to make a difference! We partnered with local churches to distribute practical help and hope to persecuted refugees in need. We continue to disciple believers and share the hope of the Gospel with those who are spiritually lost.

“I was praying this morning for a miracle. I knew that God would listen, but I had no idea how! Then you called me telling me that you would help me. I finally will be able to afford my medical care! Praise the Lord.” — Sefa

Iraqi Refugees:
A Life-Changing
Spiritual Retreat

More than 300 Iraqi refugees attended our Spiritual Retreat in Jordan this past May, and revival took place before our eyes!

Many of these families have been living as refugees for years — unable to secure a home, find fulfilling work, or pursue their education — as they await word on asylum status or resettlement.

But at the Retreat, many were renewed in their faith while others accepted Christ as Savior for the first time.

One woman shared, “I came here with heavy burdens on my shoulders. But I’m leaving with a peace I have never felt before.”

Syrian Refugees: A Story of Hope

Mohamed and his wife, Bushra, along with their seven children and Mohamed’s elderly mother were forced to flee their home country of Syria due to the brutality of war — living as refugees. After meeting a Christian family in their new country, they were drawn to Christ and accepted Him as Savior. And relentless persecution began.

Mohamed was targeted by officials. They threatened to kill him and kidnap his children. His family was forcefully evicted by an armed group. Mohamed smuggled his family to a neighboring country to try to start anew.

Without any official documents and living openly as Christians, they were targeted again. Their new home was burned down, and they lost everything.
But Help The Persecuted did not turn Mohamed away! Through our Enduring Livelihood program, we helped him secure a taxi so he can earn a living. We are helping to pay his rent and his wife’s medical expenses, too.

Despite a series of difficult trials, Mohamed and his family continue to worship the one true God and put their trust in Him. Mohamed and his family were Syrian refugees, displaced, forgotten, and persecuted. You and Help The Persecuted poured hope into their broken lives!

Mohamed and his family were Syrian refugees, displaced, forgotten, and persecuted. You and Help The Persecuted poured hope into their broken lives!

GROWTH IN HOSTILE 
PLACES: IRAN

One of our goals for Fiscal Year 2022 was to expand into Iran. We had already been supporting persecuted Iranian refugees in places like Turkey, but we knew the need inside Iran was significant. This year we added a Field Ministry Team member inside Iran. Mahdi is a wonderful addition to our team — who is already being used by God to SAVE LIVES, disciple believers, alert our teams outside of Iran to severe cases of persecution so that funds can be sent, and further the work God has called us to do!

Goal: Accomplished

Why Iran?

The messages of severe persecution sent by our team member Mahdi inside Iran come to us in code, using different verses of the Bible. We piece the code together to get the story ... and then we can help. This is how dangerous it is for Christians to communicate from Iran.

There was a time when persecution only happened to pastors and others who were openly working to promote faith there. While this is still true, now everyone — every believer — is targeted. If you log in to a church on Zoom, you can expect to be picked up by the police and held.

Our Field Ministry Team members in nations outside of Iran are amazed by the faith of the Iranian Christians who endure so much for their faith! One of them said this after meeting a group of Iranian pastors and hearing their testimonies: “Each one of them was imprisoned for many months, if not years, and I just felt like, ‘Are we Christians? Do we really know what persecution means?’ These men are giants of faith, and we are nothing!”

A Spiritual Retreat
for Iranian Converts

More than 70 people attended our Spiritual Retreat held in Turkey this summer for Iranian converts now living in Turkey — and a small group of converts traveled from Iran to attend the event! It was a beautiful thing for these men and women of God, who work quietly in their underground churches, to be encouraged in their faith, discipled, and trained. Two attendees, brothers Daseem and Lyad, shared how they spent their time of incarceration in Iran sharing the Good News with criminals! Thank the Lord for these brave, bold believers and pastors! And thank you for helping us minister to them.

A Family of Faith Helped Inside Iran

Farez knows what it means to be persecuted. He lives in Iran with his parents. They are believers, growing in faith and carrying forth the hope of the Gospel through their underground church.

Before the family came to Christ, Farez's father was angry and dealt harshly with his family. But he surrendered his life to Jesus when Farez was seven... and was transformed! The family began following the Lord and joined a secret congregation.

When the pastor of their underground church was assassinated, Farez's parents were thrown in prison, suspected of a crime everyone knew the government committed.

This began years of torment for Farez and his family. False imprisonment, torture, solitary confinement. They've been outcast from society, fired from jobs, and struggling to stay afloat financially.

Amid all the hardship, the family has continued to bravely serve God faithfully for over two decades. Farez's father even leads their underground church!

We stand with Farez and his family, offering funds and medical needs, shelter, and food. And now, with our Field Ministry Team inside the country, we are able to provide encouragement and support as never before! Thank you for praying and giving so that families like this one might find hope and life.

"Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called and about which you made the good confession in the presence of many witnesses."

1 Timothy 6:12

GROWING THE CHURCH 
IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Shihab: It Starts with One

Persecution is difficult to explain. Imagine waking up every day wondering if you will be beaten. Thrown into prison. Cast out from society. Brutally murdered.

Shihab knows the all-consuming sting of persecution. After coming to Christ, he lost his job, friends, and connections. His family wants to kill him. He lived in one of our Safe Houses for a time. He recently received a bullet in the mail with a note saying:

If you do not revert back from Christianity, you will be destined to death.

And yet Shihab is not deterred! And Shihab is making a difference for Christ. He gathered a group of other brave believers together and began to encourage them. Together, this group reaches out to evangelize the lost and disciple them in faith... even as the threats persist.

We believe brave believers, like Shihab and his friends, are the future of the church in Iraq. It starts with one.... and grows from there.

As our Field Team member shared, "We thought they would retreat, they would hide — but they did not! So we are still with this group. We're equipping them to share the Gospel and helping them know what to do in certain risky situations like the ones they are facing now."

This is how we work! Our Field Team Ministry Team member helps one, who in turn is empowered to reach others with the hope of the Gospel. Thank you for making it possible for us to rescue believers like Shihab... and help him build the church in Iraq... and throughout the Middle East!

A Field Ministry Team member describes life for the persecuted: "The word 'freedom' is not in their dictionary. Anybody who opposes the norms, or the tradition, the religion, he or she in an enemy. Two months ago a Kurdish girl came to the Lord, she was baptized, and her brother killed her. If you oppose them they might kill you..."

Our year in review

Your Impact By the Numbers

47,000+

People helped

7,900

Emergency Relief Kits distributed

66%+

of those we helped this year were converts to Christianity

14

Safe Houses maintained

4

NEW Safe Houses added

2X

We doubled the funds invested in the Muslim world, including large-scale evacuations from Afghanistan and investments in sustainable programs and businesses

2,175

Syrian children received new shoes, warm socks, and jackets this winter

ENDURING 
LIVELIHOOD

Thank you for your investment in this critical work that provides dignity and stability for persecuted believers who have lost homes, jobs, family members, businesses, and community.

The coffee shops, farms, nail salons, copier center, cell phone store and more that we have invested in not only provide a consistent, long-term income for the persecuted families operating these businesses, but they become an example of hope and a new life in their community.

78%

of businesses
successfully operating

Enduring Livelihood Survey

Our recent survey showed that because of the Enduring Livelihood grant they received, recipients were more hopeful about their futures and cited the grant as the reason for their success. Many business owners remain under great pressure and persecution and need our prayers.

Thank you for going with us and doing what must be done to serve our brothers and sisters in Christ!

Enduring livelihood gives new beginnings

Our Enduring Livelihood program gives persecuted Christians a way forward, enabling them to start small businesses to generate incomes for their familes and thrive in a new life. This allows them to stay where they are, so they can be used by God to transform their communities. As believers in Syria, Muhdati’s family was targeted, their home and family farm destroyed.

We came alongside Muhdati and provided farm supplies and cows to start a herd through our Enduring Livelihood program. When our Regional Field Ministry Team members visited Syria recently, they stopped by Muhdati’s farm. The family was excited to show us their new calf, born just weeks earlier — a vital new member of their herd!

Muhdati, overcome with emotion, told our team: "It may sound so simple, but you have saved our entire family. This small investment gave us hope in this country."

An elderly man approached Josh Youssef at our hot meal tent and said, "Thank you. If it wasn't for you, we would starve."

Our Response

CRISIS IN 
LEBANON

"Nothing could have prepared me for what I saw in Lebanon this summer. Each moment on the ground brought new clarity to how serious this crisis is. The timing of our Lebanon Crisis Response Program was perfect and God-ordained." — Joshua Youssef

The hub of our ministry presence in the Middle East is under fire as never before, threatening the lives of millions of believers and our capability to act on their behalf.

- 80% of the population now living in poverty
- Unemployment soaring to 40%
- Currency value dropped 45% since February 2022

In the midst of this crisis, we are seeing God move in incredible ways. Board Chairman David Dungan shared from his recent visit:

"The creativity of Help The Persecuted staff to address real need with Gospel-centered, sustainable methods — like the agriculture project in Lebanon — is an example of support that goes well beyond the provision of physical needs. A community is being created around this farm, and the Gospel is being shared every two weeks along with food distribution."

"More than anything else, I want to share with you that God is at work building His Kingdom in the Middle East and around the world — and Help The Persecuted is being used to advance His work!"

We are responding to the crisis in Lebanon in three powerful ways:

1

Sharing the Gospel, discipling new believers, and connecting them with local churches.

2

Addressing specific practical and spiritual needs of persecuted and vulnerable believers.

3

Developing sustainable livelihoods and income opportunities for believers through training and employment.

We’re already seeing miraculous results through this newly launched agricultural project in Lebanon!

— With the pressing food crisis at hand, we built 11 commercial scale greenhouses on a farm property.

— Now that these greenhouses are all operational, they are starting to produce a significant amount of food. In fact, these greenhouses will produce enough vegetables to fill 35 full-size pickup trucks every month!

— This new agricultural endeavor will not only provide enough food to supply our nutritious hot meal program and Emergency Relief Kits but also help make the program more sustainable eventually, as the excess food can be taken to the market.

At the same time, this project is opening multiple job and training opportunities to the persecuted community we serve together — giving families food, a livelihood, and a purpose.

We expect to impact the lives of more than 20,000 this year through our Crisis Response Program!

AN UNEXPECTED 
RELATIONSHIP

Two Lebanese secret police officers called our local team member to say they wanted to talk to her about a woman in our Safe House. Very concerned, our team member agreed to see them. But their story was just a ruse, a way to get in the door. They were hungry! They heard we help feed people, so of course, we helped them. Through God’s providence, we now have the opportunity to share the Gospel and build relationships with two officers who may have once been working against us.  

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Looking Forward

Goals for
the year
to come

Each year we look at the regions and people we are called to serve — who is underserved, unreached, or vulnerable? And we prayerfully develop a strategic plan to stand in the gap.

But we also leave room for God’s leading. Time and again, as we’ve trusted Him, we’ve seen Him move and open doors. In 2022, plans to move into Afghanistan were underway when God moved quickly and uniquely positioned us to rescue lives!

We plan, we budget, and we pray … and we are ready to go where He leads.

These are our strategic goals for
growth in the year to come:

1

Expand our Crisis Response Program

We developed our Lebanon Crisis Response Program to meet critical needs our team was seeing on the ground. Lebanon, a strategic country for Christians in the Middle East, faces massive food insecurity. We saw a way to stand in the gap.

Our team launched agriculture programs and designed sustainable methods to address food insecurity through farming, hot meal delivery, and hiring persecuted believers to run the farms. The program also focuses on addressing medical needs and providing critical medicines as well as pastoral care to believers and Gospel outreach events in the heart of Beirut.

Our goal is to tailor the Crisis Response Program in other strategic locations where we have a presence. We are currently using our network to assess where we can best serve next — trusting the Lord to make the path clear.

2

Grow our Field Ministry Team

We are being called to grow our ministry to help our brave brothers and sisters in Central Asia. Our first staff member has already been hired in Iran, and we have plans to further invest in our ministry there.

We also moved into Afghanistan quickly in response to the crisis but now are exploring ways to make a long-term impact, helping the remnant Church body there survive and thrive.

This is a new region for Help The Persecuted. The language, culture, and even type of persecution Christians face look different than those of the Middle East and North Africa regions we currently serve. Please pray for us as we take this next step to go deeper into Central Asia.

3

Help More Persecuted Believers

It’s simple, but it’s what we’re about. It’s why we serve. It’s why you give. Our calling together is to come alongside brave believers in hostile places and remind them that the Body of Christ stands with them. We will scale to provide more food, safe shelter, medical care, trauma counseling, small business assistance, pastoral care, and discipleship to those in need. Our team also stands ready to proclaim the Gospel to thousands more people in the next year!

UNPRECEDENTED  OPPORTUNITIES TO 
MAXIMIZE YOUR 
ETERNAL IMPACT

Several tax-wise giving options exist to help you give strategically, do even more for persecuted believers through Help The Persecuted — and save on taxes, too!

Here are a few ways to make this provision work for you and the Kingdom:

Appreciated assets such as stocks, real estate, or a business that has appreciated in value. You could sell and donate the proceeds — but a far more cost-effective (and tax-wise) option would be to donate the assets themselves and likely avoid capital gains tax.

An IRA Rollover. If you’re 70-1/2 or older, you can give up to $100,000 from your IRA with no tax penalties and without adding to your taxable income. A gift like this also counts toward your required minimum distribution.

Estate Planning. Your role in encouraging and supporting persecuted Christians around the world can extend beyond your lifetime. You can make a significant gift to the ministry while also providing for your family by including Help The Persecuted in your estate plan.

For more information, please visit

HTP.ORG/TAXSMART

United States Office

2022

2021

REVENUE, GAINS & SUPPORT

Total Support

$5,700,059
$3,221,363

Global Affiliate Support

$596,266
$400,352

Total Other Revenues & Gains

N/A
N/A

Total Revenue, Gains, & Support

$6,296,325
$3,621,715

EXPENSES & LOSSES

Program Services

$4,617,053*
$2,710,449

Management & General

$235,687
$242,255

Fundraising

$521,937
$441,542

Total Expenses & Losses

$5,374,677
$3,394,246
* FY22 Afghanistan Crisis Response  $1,447,081

Australian office

2022

2021

REVENUE, GAINS & SUPPORT

Total Support

$5,700,059
$359,627

Total Other Revenues & Gains

$87

Total Revenue, Gains, & Support

$554,328
$359,714

EXPENSES & LOSSES

Program Services

$499,960
$330,000

Management & General

$59,101
$57,981  

Fundraising

$9,301
$6,233

Total Expenses & Losses

$568,362
$394,214

UK office

2022

2021

REVENUE, GAINS & SUPPORT

Total Support

£268,785
£153,848

Total Other Revenues & Gains

£8

Total Revenue, Gains, & Support

£268,793
£153,848

EXPENSES & LOSSES

Program Services

£175,000
£80,000

Management & General

£40,703
£31,432

Fundraising

£14,805
£2,675

Total Expenses & Losses

£230,508
£114,107

HELP THE PERSECUTED 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

UNITED STATES

David Bottoms, Treasurer
David Dungan, Chairman
Allan Guinan
Ronald Hughes Jr., Secretary
James Inglis
Joshua Youssef, President

AUSTRALIA

Graeme Blaiklock
Allan Guinan
Peter King, AO, FAICD
Beng Yeoh, Ph.D.
Joshua Youssef

UNITED KINGDOM

Allan Guinan
Donovan Palmer
Joshua Youssef

ENCOURAGING WORDS 
FROM PARTNERS LIKE YOU

“My husband and I would like to thank you for all you do in some of the darkest and most dangerous corners of the world. Here in America, most of us don’t have the slightest grasp of what persecution really is. We are thankful for your Field Ministry Team that operates locally to address/support needs. Please accept our donation for your mission. May God continue to bless you as you bless others.”

—USA

“Dear Help The Persecuted, I’m glad the money I was able to raise at my high school is going towards helping my brothers and sisters in Christ. Thank you for creating such a wonderful non-profit for those who are struggling. You helped open my eyes to how severely Christians are persecuted, and I want to help in any way I can! Thank you so much.”

—USA

“Many of the persecuted Christians HTP helps have been ‘thrown in the lions’ den just like Daniel ... but God has used you as a tool in His hand to shut the lions’ mouths.”

—CANADA

“Hearing the stories you share and the difference you are making in the Middle East and beyond is just wonderful. I see the fruit — and there is no better investment!”  

—UNITED KINGDOM

“Thank you for your ministry’s work to help those who are in need and suffering!”

—AUSTRALIA

“We love being part of the global Church, helping new Christians facing the toughest of circumstances in practical and sustainable ways.”

—USA

“I just want to thank you for your generous support. I used to ask others for help, but now I have my own work, and I am happy.”

—Imad, Enduring Livelihood grant recipient

USA

PO Box 20303
Atlanta, GA 30325
833-777-6247
team@htp.org

UK

5 BeehiveGold Hill Business ParkChild OkefordDorset DT11 8HF0800 029 1502uk@htp.org

AUSTRALIA

PO Box 678
Penrith
NSW 2751 Australia
02 4721 9038
australia@htp.org
ABN: 87 631 471 291

HONG KONG

GPO Box 7349
Hong Kong
hongkong@htp.org