Persecution Project Foundation

Culpeper, VA
Founded: 1997
Current Status: Member
Member Since: April 18, 2005
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $2,162,930
   Noncash Donations $868
   Other Revenue $2,307
   Total Revenue $2,166,105
   Total Expenses $2,299,891
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $596,555
Total Liabilities $103,278
Net Assets $493,277

Data for year ended December 31, 2014
Per the organization's financial statements
During 2013, the Foundation changed its strategies on how to best meet the needs of those it serves. The Foundation determined that the comparative advantage of the medicines previously received from donors had diminished among the people to whom the Foundation ministered during the past year.

Contact Information
Persecution Project Foundation
Culpeper, VA
Tel: (540) 829-5353
Fax: (540) 829-5357
Top Leader: Mr. Bradford L. Phillips
Donor Contact: Mr. Edward L. Lyons

Ministry Description
Persecution Project Foundation (PPF) is engaged in "Active Compassion for the Persecuted." To that end, PPF is involved in distributing relief supplies, such as medical, food, clothing and shelter materials. In all things, the emphasis is in promoting the Gospel of Jesus Christ while helping others. Therefore, PPF trains pastors, supports local schools, helps in the construction of ministry buildings, and distributes Bibles and other Christian literature. We also equip the local church with motorbikes and bicycles to aid in evangelistic efforts. In the Nuba mountain region of Southern Kordofan, PPF has also established a Borehole Repair Program, which restores broken wells to provide clean, safe drinking water to local communities. PPF's mission objectives are based on Isaiah 58 and Mark 12:29-31 and are supported by the following Five Main Purposes: 1) To expose persecution (Eph 5:11), 2) To assist victims of persecution (James 2:15-16), 3) To engage God's people to intercede on behalf of the persecuted and suffering (Is 58:6-12), 4) To bring encouragement, consolation and hope to the persecuted and suffering (2 Co 1), and 5) To effectively by word and deed communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ (1 Jn 3:18).

Since December, 2012, PPF teams have identified and repaired nearly 250 broken boreholes in the war-torn Nuba mountains of Sudan, home to one of that country's largest Christian communities. The war has created a major problem of getting spare parts and teams to maintain basic infrastructure to sustain life. Your financial help is used to bring clean, safe water to the persecuted Nuba people.
South Sudan is the newest nation on earth. Building a nation first requires building people. Most people in S. Sudan grew up during war with little educational opportunities. The Jebel Lopit Training Center (JLTC) in Eastern Equatoria State, S. Sudan, provides a platform for the ministry of building leaders - one heart at a time. The JLTC supports long-term teachers & is the primary ministry platform to facilitate projects in the two Sudans. Designate your gift for "Discipleship & Evangelism"
PPF provides Sudanese pastors with English & Arabic Bibles, as well as New Testaments in local tribal languages. We also equip pastors with ministry tools (like motorbikes & bicycles) that enable them to travel farther, to evangelize other villages & to visit & encourage churches. A donation to PPF's "Discipleship & Evangelism" fund helps us to continue supporting these pastors who are often persecuted for their commitment to Christ & for their desire to share the Gospel of our Lord with others.
For more than 17 years, Persecution Project Foundation (PPF) has ministered to the persecuted church in Sudan. By supporting pastors, delivering life-saving emergency relief, repairing wells, supplying medicines to clinics & hospitals, & through countless other activities, PPF helps to alleviate their suffering. Through our Advocacy efforts, PPF informs its supporters how they can be involved in helping the persecuted in one of the most under-developed, war-torn areas of the world.

Ministry Sectors
  • Disaster Relief & Development
  • Evangelism
  • Place of Worship & Spirituality
  • Social, Civic, Public Policy & Philanthropy
  • Discipleship
  • Human Services & Medical

  • Ministry Types
  • Relief and Development (primary)
  • Bible Distribution
  • Discipleship
  • Medical, Dental, Health Svs
  • Advocacy
  • Community Development
  • Evangelism
  • Pastoral Support