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Why Should We View Children as Valuable?


Have you ever really contemplated the significance of a child? How about the significance of each life that is given . . . each boy and girl that is born in countries all around the world? Today’s...
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From the Field: When the Odds Are Against Us


Our team has stayed extremely busy these past few days in Guatemala. This week alone, 15 children were rescued from surrounding mountain villages on the border of Honduras, all the way up to the Be...
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From the Field: Our Neighbors Are Hurting


For me, stepping off the plane in Guatemala is almost like coming home. I travel here several times a year because of the sheer number of
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Saying “Never Again” to Genocide


After the Holocaust, the entire world was in a state of utter shock. Six million Jews . . . corralled together from across the nations an
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We Are the Lucky Ones


I sat in the corner of my dark basement every night on my very big computer and typed their names … Balakishan, Mamta, Marina, Anna. I wro
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Persecution Rises in Iran


Our brothers and sisters in Iran—church planters, mothers with young children, teenage converts from Islam—are undergoing more persec
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Restoring Self-Worth After the Genocide


“How can you love your neighbor as yourself if you don’t love yourself?” Bishop of Rwanda Nathan Amooti inquired. His deep brown eyes
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The Sparkle Box {Inspiring a Legacy of Generosity}


It happened without us realizing it. It began with a Sparkle Box and one simple prayer during Christmas time of 2012. In the middle of a lay
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Why Sponsors Make the Best Advocates


Dieu Grand looked up at me from the stack of photographs. Him facing the camera with a skeptical smile and dirty t-shirt, and me smiling bac...
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Hope Restored: Changing Lives in Rwanda


Charlotte is a 23-year-old young woman who has lived a life of hardship, not unlike thousands of other women and children in Rwanda. After h
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