Picking Up the Pieces After COVID

16Sep

Picking Up the Pieces After COVID

COVID killed Putra's main source of income—his job. Every day over the past six months, he's awakened to the same haunting question: "How can I feed my family today?" You can end this horrifying cycle for Putra. With a gift of $24, you can help him feed his children—by rebooting his soap shop.

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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.

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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.

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Picture of farmer and Farming God's Way trainer from Africa
21Apr

A Farmer Gets a Farm—Finally

This month you helped a farmer. Not an ordinary farmer, however, but a farmer who didn't have any land. Wait, what? How can you farm without land??? You can’t. And that was a problem.

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Picture of impoverished boys in Cameroon
17Dec

The Gospel Arrives at Mpembe

Today our motorized canoe took us on a two-hour trip downriver, all along a stretch of the Ngkoko where Bomwali people live in small, scattered settlements. During Colonial times, their ancestors fled from their ancestral home village in Congo to escape capture and slavery by European settlers, and they adapted to the isolated life that still characterizes them today. That isolation has kept them beyond the reach of the gospel—until just recently.

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Picture of girl in Cameroon holding glass of safe water
14Dec

Bomwali Chief Dedicates His Tribe to God

Today I finally reached my first original destination, the small village of Malapa, accessible only via a 30-minute ride in a motorized canoe down the Ngoko River. As our canoe approached Malapa’s riverbank, its citizens were singing and dancing in celebration of our arrival. Just a few months ago, Heaven’s Family’s Safe Water Ministry funded the drilling of a well and installation of a durable hand pump. Before that, the villagers had no option but to drink the muddy, contaminated water of the Ngoko River.

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Picture of car trip in Cameroon
12Dec

The Road to Moloundou

A major part of the vision of Heaven’s Family is not only to serve the “least of these,” but to serve those who want to serve the “least of these.” The value we try to provide to our donors is to give them an efficient, trustworthy means to invest their hard-earned dollars for the benefit of the world’s poorest people, and particularly the poorest among our spiritual family, and to expand Jesus’ kingdom. We do for our investors what most of them would have a very difficult time doing themselves, and we do it for much less money than they could do it themselves. But it isn’t easy or cheap for us, either.

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