Little Loise is Fed and Fit

Picture of Loise with swollen belly
23Jul

Little Loise is Fed and Fit

Little Loise from Kenya has suffered much hardship in her young life. She was born with HIV/AIDS and became an orphan when both her parents died of the disease. She was taken in by her elderly grandmother, who was poverty-stricken and unable to work much. Because she struggled to feed Loise regularly, this beautiful little girl went hungry. Their situation was desperate, and Loise could easily have died from the combination of HIV and malnutrition.

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Picture of people in Nigeria filling their containers with clean water
02Jul

Fill ‘er up

Gurunkparu, Nigeria is a remote village with little development. Our ministry partners have been reaching out to this mostly Muslim village for years to bring them the Good News. They successfully established a church and a school, but the people still had a big daily need—they were drinking filthy water that made them sick.

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Picture of rescued children in Mexico receiving food
21May

Another month of food

We have a valued partner in Puebla, Mexico who focuses on rescuing children from sexual exploitation. These victims have suffered terrible abuse, chronic neglect, and/or total abandonment. When we can rescue them from the evil clutches of exploitation on the streets, we can set them on a path toward thriving and prepare them to be all God has planned for them to be!

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Picture of a mom in Kenya taking food home
17Feb

A Double Blessing

It was a double portion of blessing! Not only did you help meet a HUGE food need in Kenya, but the effort united the region's pastors—many of whom did not trust or endorse each other.

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Villagers in Malawi enjoying clean water
19Dec

Overflowing Joy

Likuchira is a poor, rural village in Malawi. Previously, its residents walked a very long distance to fetch dirty, contaminated water from hand-dug wells and open streams. Many villagers had gotten sick or died from drinking the filthy water.

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Malnourished child in Guatemala - before and after
16Jul

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 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.

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Picture of food being distributed in Guatemala during COVID-19
28Apr

Not Their Last Supper

COVID-19 has reached Guatemala. Businesses are shut down. Necessities are sparse. While it sounds all too familiar to the crisis those of us in the US and other Western nations are facing, the difference is that in Guatemala, starvation is an immediate threat. Most workers live day to day with their meager earnings. Guatemala already had a high malnutrition rate of 50%, and when suddenly most of the jobs available to the poor are gone, the threat of starvation is immediate, even if many don’t have that emaciated, long-term hunger look we’re accustomed to seeing in places like Sudan, Africa, for example.

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