Grinding out a living

Image of borrowers with coffee machine
18Apr

Grinding out a living

Margaret and her husband Silas, like many others, have been struggling to support themselves and their family through the COVID-19 pandemic. The lockdown has caused many problems for their family as Silas has been unable to earn a reliable income through his taxi business.

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Magdalene's charcoal business in Kenya - Microloan Ministry
27Nov

Back in Business

Unlike its neighboring country Uganda, Kenya has come out of lockdown and is resuming a somewhat normal existence. As businesses reopen and life returns to normal, there are opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to rebuild their lives.

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Lydia in her shop in Kenya after receiving the microloan
18Jun

Still in Business

As Kenya goes through yet another wave of COVID-19 shutdowns, many continue to struggle economically. However, the perpetual benefits of your investments in Heaven’s Family's Microloan Ministry continue to multiply!

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Picture of micro-borrower with chicken business
21Nov

Poverty-Busting Chickens

Pictured here is Chan—a microloan beneficiary. While many people and businesses around the world have struggled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Chan's business of raising and selling chickens has continued to thrive, thanks to the microloan that you helped provide him!

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Picture of 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.

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Picture of microloan ministry borrower with family in communist nation
26Feb

Mushrooming Profits

This week I’m with Thong Sai, a young believer from a communist country in Asia who has a wife and 5 children to support. His future looked bright not long ago, when he worked in the concrete business with the help of his uncle, who had invested a large sum of money to help him. But then his company collapsed! Thong Sai lost everything, and his uncle broke off all contact with him.

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Picture of Kenyan borrower in shop
24Oct

Growing Entrepreneurs

Eliphas has what some call an entrepreneurial spark. Growing up in rural Kenya, he worked hard just to survive. He worked faithfully on his family’s small farm, especially during harvest, and eventually quit school so he could spend more time on the farm. When he married, his father gave him a small portion of his land so he could support his family.

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Picture of micro-banker and borrower
19Jun

From Beggar to Borrower

He was speaking of Yousef, a beggar who was once a routine sight at the dusty intersection of his local marketplace. There he and other destitute men and women begged to survive. It’s a typical scene throughout North Africa.

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Picture of restaurant in Laos
22Mar

A Capital Idea

Laos is a socialist state where the government regulates many aspects of society and the lives of its citizens. While a hardened outlook seems to be a normal part of life in Laos (evidenced by the faces of many of the local residents) there is still an intense hope and faith in the lives of those who follow Jesus.

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