Relief Comes to Malawi and Mozambique

Picture of disaster in Malawi
22May

Relief Comes to Malawi and Mozambique

Will it stop?? That’s what I’ve been thinking in March and early April as 3 separate cyclones (hurricanes) pommeled the southeastern coast of Africa—particularly Mozambique and Malawi, two of the poorest countries on earth.

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Picture of Anastasia, a girl at Cindi's Hope in Kenya
10May

A Heartbreaking Holiday

Anastasia wasn’t like many of the girls living at Cindi’s Hope in Kenya. She hadn’t been abused or neglected. Instead, she’d been sent by her mom to receive the excellent education and care that Cindi’s Hope provides for many who are less fortunate.

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Picture of Elizabeth with her daughters in Kenya
09May

Wonder-Working Wangui

I met Elizabeth Wangui last October during a three-month trip to Nakuru, Kenya. Wangui (as everyone calls her) had set up a sewing shop within her community and started a small fellowship, mostly filled with young children. The children were always popping in to talk to her and she began talking with them about Jesus.

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Picture of David
09May

No Food Today…Again

4-year-old David only eats one meal a day…on a good day. You can change that. By giving up just one lunch per month, you can provide one lunch each school day for David or one of his friends for an entire month.

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Picture of Bibles in the jungle
03May

The Call in the Wild

Welcome to Myanmar, where small villages cluster in remote clearings deep within the jungle. Here, wild and untamable foliage presses in on every side, creating quite a beautiful backdrop—a stark contrast to the immense poverty that plagues her people. Having only ever known the jungle for many generations, Myanmar’s people live a rugged way of life that relies heavily on Earth's natural resources, which have nurtured a reverence for the nature that surrounds them.

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Family reunited in Myanmar
02May

Summer Break…Already!

Road trip! As you read this, 34 children from orphanages in Myanmar will be traveling back to their remote home villages to visit their families. During hot season (March through May), schools in this tropical Southeast Asian country shut their doors for their annual summer break. This provides our social workers with a window of opportunity to take the children with whom they are currently working out of the orphanages and into the rural villages they came from to visit their families.

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