The CBLJ (ACLJ office in Brazil) came up with a new public advocacy campaign that is very simple and effective. Christian leaders, leaders from the government, and people from all over the world take a picture holding a sign saying SAVE SAEED or FREE SAEED.
VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED has joined them in this campaign! Thank you to those who have already sent their photos!
Let’s ALL be a part of this CAMPAIGN for American Pastor Saeed Abedini! It is very important we keep global attention on him. This will help further the work to obtain his release and quite possibly save his life!
Send us your photo holding the sign to firstname.lastname@example.org with FREE SAEED in the subject line. Remember to include your first, family, or group name and the State, or country you reside in. You can also post it on Facebook here. You may include others in your photo if you like, such as a group shot with everyone holding the sign. We will share them here, our social media sites, other blogs, websites and with our dear sister, Naghmeh Abedini, Saeed’s wife.
This would be very encouraging for his wife, Naghmeh to know we are still in the fight to help save her husband and have not forgotten the father of her young children! It won’t take much of your time and will be of little or no cost, but will be a blessing to this family. Get those camera’s out and be Saeed’s VOICE! Please share with others and get them involved. Help SAVE SAEED NOW!
Thank you and may our Lord bless and guide you!
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