Feeding Jesus

01May

Feeding Jesus

It's easy to see how Shainah-Mae's bubbly, upbeat personality brightens every room she walks into...But behind her sunny smile, Shainah-Mae (pronounced shine-a-may) hides a dark, painful secret we had yet to discover.

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01Mar

Food Ministry

Some of Angela's friends beg for food on the street. But this beautiful 11-year-old is blessed to be able to attend school, enjoy a healthier diet, and receive care when she's sick---all because she is sponsored by Hope House, a Christian ministry based right in her slum community in the Philippines.

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26May

Hunger Is No Game

Sometimes poverty can be so crushing that families literally watch their children starve to death before their eyes—powerless to do anything about it. The youngest are the most vulnerable.

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22May

Sarojini Drinks in a New Life

This month marks the 7th anniversary of the end of Sri Lanka's bloody civil war. Drastic numbers of Sri Lankan soldiers perished—as did many of the boys and girls who were forced to fight. Sarojini was one such child soldier. Her peaceful, happy life was ripped from her in 2007 at the age of 17. She simply never returned home from school one day.

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01May

Gushing Girl Faith

Ester is a brave, determined 10-year-old girl who lives in Ngongongari—a village in Tanzania that is as remote as it sounds. Ester's father mercilessly beat her, as well as the other five members of her family, and she was feeling desperate for change.

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29Apr

A Well Makes Girls Well

All was not well for the girls living at Jaffna Children's Home. Some were developing skin rashes, while others came down with cases of diarrhea and the flu. After some investigation the cause was found: the shallow water table their well drew from had become contaminated.

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22Apr

Fire in Alaska

Fire spread quickly from one shanty house to another in a slum community named Alaska in the Philippine city of Cebu. That's because poor city residents tend to be squatters who pack into small areas of public land and build makeshift homes from whatever scraps of wood, plastic, cardboard and corrugated metal sheets they can find.

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