2021 LOVE BOMB
Help take AIM at terrorism and drop the L-bomb through your organization, church and community this February 13-14, 2021.
How does my organization, church or community drop the love bomb?
It’s easy, say yes and become a sponsor of faith and fun to kids caught in the crossfire of terrorism and we will provide you with a video announcement, art for digital media, website, newsletter or worship folder, and all you do is play it & display it during the 48—hour period.
Where does the love bomb money go?
Due to evolving world situations, each year prior to the Love Bomb we carefully select a region to reach child victims of terror with help, healing and love depending on the need of the children and their communities.
Love Bomb 2020 Interview Videos
Enjoy watching these video interviews of people directly impacted by your generous giving during the 2020 Love Bomb.
2020 Love Bomb highlighted projects
Build a Church & Preschool
Immanuel Church: In Phop Phra, 95 percent of children are Buddhist and a church will provide a place for Pastor Htay to continue his ministry to refugees and start a preschool.
Three Pagodas Church: Pastor Minbai is ready to grow his ministry and start a preschool in this precarious place where parts of the border are still disputed between Myanmar and Thailand.
Myat Lay Kone Church: Near a dump village, Pastor Phong and his wife have started a school where they teach the Bible and their home-based church is growing.
Support In-Country Evangelists
James Ahpu: God has called Ahpu to go to Bo Cho Island to share the gospel and provide dental care to the Salon tribe, one of the most unreached people groups in Myanmar.
Ahkhi Yaw Say: In a village in Yangon, Pastor Ahkhi has started a weekly Sunday school in his home where the community hears the good news of Jesus Christ.
Paul Kyaw Soe: Pastor Soe ministers in Chin State where he started a Christian dormitory where children receive a free education and hear the gospel.
Meet the Needs of Refugees
The land renovation near Bethany Church will provide more housing for Karen refugees on the Myanmar-Thailand border.
A reliable vehicle will allow Pastor Moses to serve his border community and transport refugee children to and from school.
A playground at Immanuel Church to give kids who’ve been caught in the crossfire of terror a safe space to heal and dream again.