A Veritable Lifeline

Image of mom and child in Guatemala receiving food aid
05May

A Veritable Lifeline

Guatemala was already suffering from high malnutrition rates, but during the COVID-19 lockdowns, the numbers have continued to skyrocket. Because of you, 100 children are receiving packets of food to help supplement their nutrition. Here is one testimony...

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Image of missionary with victim of leprosy
29Apr

No Holding Back

Aunt Tao was 18 years old when she got the news that drastically and abruptly changed her entire life. Her year-long marriage ended abruptly in divorce when her husband heard about her leprosy diagnosis. Then, she was banished for life to a leprosy quarantine village high in the remote mountains. This all happened in 1964.

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Image of student in Kenya with uniform
22Apr

Happy to Learn

Adlight Sululuw was born in 2008 in a remote village of Saboti, Kenya. Her father died when she was six years old, leaving her mother as the sole breadwinner for Adlight and her three siblings. Her mom sent her to a Heaven’s Family-supported school in Kenya, hoping that Adlight could receive a high-quality education.

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Image of child in Guatemala with medical need smiling
07Apr

Rescued from the brink

Our ministry partner in Guatemala found Kevin lying alone at home crying, with a leaky diaper and soaking wet clothes. He suffers from severe cerebral palsy and spastic quadriplegia and was very malnourished. His family often left him alone during the day. The scars on his lungs suggest that they may even have tried to kill him with dangerous chemicals to relieve themselves of the burden of feeding him.

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Picture of leprosy-affected victim in Kenya
22Nov

A Loving Touch for the Untouchable

Anjelina was born in Tanzania. When she discovered she had leprosy, her family instantly rejected her. She traveled all the way to Kenya to get treatment and moved into a leprosy colony there. Because no one would give her a job, she had no option but to beg at the nearest town, which was a 15-mile walk. When the coronavirus pandemic struck and lockdowns were enforced, Anjelina had no one to beg from.

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Picture of Syrian refugee baby drinking formula
11Nov

You’ve Answered This Mother’s Prayers!

Baby Ali’s parents fled Syria a couple years ago when ISIS began to attack close to their home. They had no choice but to leave their land, home, job, and possessions all behind. They made the intense journey through the mountains and into Lebanon.

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Picture of Carolyne’s before and after surgery
13Jul

Better late than never

Carolyne first noticed a lump on her chest in 2016. But she didn’t go to the doctor because she couldn’t afford it. She and her husband have seven children and just meeting their basic, daily needs is a struggle. Over time, the lump grew drastically and caused Carolyne severe pain.

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