Lifeline



Picture of micro-borrower with rice hulling machine
27Jul

Unstoppable Entrepreneur

Soth is a man of God and a fine Christian leader, committed to discipling the brothers and sisters in his house church. He lives in a rural village in the jungle of a communist country. Like most of his fellow villagers, he relies on farming and raising animals to support his family.

Read More





Malnourished child in Guatemala - before and after
15Jul

Formula for Health

Yesli's first birthday was just a few days away when we met, but her hair was falling out instead of growing. She was also retaining fluids and suffering from kwashiorkor, a form of severe malnutrition mostly affecting children from poor nations who eat lots of carbs and little protein.

Read More



Picture of child in South Sudan drinking clean water
30Jun

Abundant Life

Water was a huge problem for the people of Kwaria, an impoverished village in South Sudan. There is a growing church-planting and disciple-making movement among the Toposa ethnic group who live here. Christian disciples from this village have started more than 10 Bible study groups in neighboring villages.

Read More



Picture of undercover missionary in Taliban-controlled territory in Middle East
29Jun

“Capturing” Taliban Spies

If you were given the opportunity to fund the covert ministry of a formerly homeless teenager who is now penetrating one of the world’s most dangerous Islamic militant groups with Christ’s liberating gospel, would you do it?

Read More





Picture of baby Isaias
11May

Rescue Families During COVID-19

If Isaias and the other children don’t receive the proper nutrition early in life, while their brains and bodies are developing, they could face extreme, irreversible mental and physical deficiencies…that is, if they’re fortunate enough to survive.

Read More



Leprosy ministry photo collage
05May

Remembering

God told the Israelites to frequently take time to recall His great works and His faithfulness. When I do so I’m immediately overwhelmed by the goodness of God—that’s how I feel when I think back over the past 10 years of building relationships with dear saints who live in the Moula ali leprosy colony near Hyderabad, India. Will you reminisce with me in words and pictures? After all, many of you have been along for the “ride” some or all of those years, and you have shared a vital part in this ministry to those who are truly the “least of these."

Read More





Pin It on Pinterest