Stories & Testimonies

Stories & Testimonies

Below are just a few of the many testimonies we receive about lives being impacted and transformed by the Refugee Ministry of Heaven’s Family.



28 Aug

A New Mattress for Jesus

Some of the IDPs who received mattresses for their families Dear Friends, The city of Goma, DR Congo, is experiencing a massive influx of people fleeing their violence-torn villages for safety. They come with only the clothes on their backs and with almost nothing to […]







18 Jul

“You Bring Hope to Me!”

The Lebanese government has been hesitant to allow formal refugee camps on their soil, forcing many families to find shelter in urban areas or set up temporary shelters and random encampments on farmland Dear Friends, “Why, why do you care for me and my baby? […]







01 Jun

Mobile Phone Wars

It is certainly disconcerting to learn that certain components in your laptop computer and mobile phone might be contributing to a faraway African war. But to meet women who've suffered unimaginably in that faraway war made me want to find out for certain if what I heard was true. Is the laptop I use to serve suffering saints inadvertently causing them to run for their lives?







07 Mar

Jesus Lives in Goma [David’s 6th and Final Blog from East Africa]

It is always amazing to see children, who live under the world’s worst circumstances, smiling. Six of our eight team members traveled overland from Rwanda to the Democratic Republic of Congo–or the DRC for short. Right across Rwanda’s border is the city of Goma, a […]







01 Feb

David Servant takes you inside Hezbollah-controlled southern Lebanon…

As Becky and I passed through the checkpoint into southern Lebanon last month, it occurred to me that I had good reason to pray. Southern Lebanon is controlled by Hezbollah, a powerful terrorist organization that has been providing military support to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's current war against his own citizens. We were, in fact, entering Hezbollah's turf to pass out relief supplies to some of the one million Syrian refugees who have fled their nation's civil war.