Dear Faith Partner,
Along with you, we remain prayerful for the safe return of our daughters who have been so violently removed from their families and community.
We hope that the attached litany, We Speak Your Names, will be a valuable resource for your worship and ministry experiences this Sunday and the coming weeks. We will continue to share other resources that might keep us all informed and more faithful to God’s will for peace and justice in this world.
Thank you for your ministry and sharing the journey with us.
Dr. Iva E. Carruthers
Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference
A Litany for the Stolen, Enslaved, and Raped Daughters of Nigeria
Dear Faith Partner,
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