"Prayer was designed to be answered."
As the saying goes, no one will ever convince us that prayer doesn't change things.
You've landed on this website because you recieved a postcard from us humbly asking that you join us in prayer. We're asking for prayer specifically for two children- Alisa and Gabriel. Whether you go any further on this website or not, please remember them in prayer and ask for God to expose the truth once more, as He has so faithfully done time and again throughout human history.
Below is more information about who these children are, why we care, and why you should as well. Please prayerfully consider sharing this information with your prayer team or your congregations at large. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us by hitting the contact link above.
Siblings Alisa and Gabriel were 9 and 8 years old respectively when they found the courage to speak out about the abuses that they had been suffering.
Alisa and Gabriel were on a vacation with their mother and her boyfriend when it was discovered that they were sexually abusing each other. Neither adult expected what the children would reveal when confronted about their behavior and asked why they were doing it and who taught them.
While the video testimony of the siblings leaked to the world in 2014, the abuse that the children had been suffering had been occurring nearly daily for an unknown period of time. A medical examiner's report, filed after examination of both children, corroborated their testimony.
"Wednesday is the most
busiest day for sex."
Why should we care about what happened approximately six years ago to two children in the United Kingdom? Undeniably, there are children in our own communities whose names and faces we don't know that are also survivors of unspeakable abuses.
"So we killed the baby and eat it, and drink the blood from it."
Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves:
ensure justice for those being crushed.
Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless,
and see that they get justice.
Proverbs 31:8-9 (NLT)
We bring this cause to you not because we love "sensational" topics or desire that you purchase something from us. We truly want "just" prayer.
There is a total media blackout in the UK with regards to Alisa and Gabriel. People are harassed and threatened with lawsuits for merely mentioning their name, or that of their father. The official story is that there was a thorough investigation and the father did nothing wrong as the mother had merely coached the children in an effort to gain sole custody of the children. Anyone that questions that is labeled a conspiracy theorist at best. Those that actively campaign for a true investigation into the children's allegations are defamed and persecuted, even sentenced to prison.
The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.
James 5:16b (NKJV)
While their mother had to flee the UK under threat of prosecution, the children were given into the custody of the father they alleged had abused them. No one knows for certain where they are, but there have been reports that they split their time between the United States, UK, and several other European countries.
What is known is that these two children are representative of thousands of other children that have suffered horrendous abuse. Some of those finally find the courage to speak out, only to hear the sneering taunts of their abusers become truth; 'even if you do speak out, no one will believe you.' We want to believe that these are just isolated incidents, but time and again, cases of this nature reveal the true evil and depravity humans are capable of committing.
The children didn't only accuse their father of abuse though. There were numerous individuals including school officials, child services employees, and others that were named, some even described in great physical detail, none of whom have been subjected to the same questioning as the children were. Not a single individual has been prosecuted in this case.
Secrets thrive and have power so long as people refuse to speak up. The chcurch has the ultimate answer; how long will it remain fearful of speaking up?