Urgent update from the frontlines in Syria

Urgent update from the frontlines in Syria

Absolute chaos — that’s what life has been like for many Syrians since the brutal chemical attack on Douma this past Saturday. I recently received an update from our partners on the ground about what the situation is like, how they are responding … and how you can...
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Multiply your gift 33X!

When disaster strikes or poverty devastates a village, the most basic supplies can mean the difference between life and death. Right now, people in countries such as Guatemala, Jordan, and Iraq are suffering without access to lifesaving essentials. Francisca is one of...
Touching “untouchables” with the hope of God’s Word

Touching “untouchables” with the hope of God’s Word

For centuries, the Banchara community has been considered one of the lowest castes in India — they are referred to as “untouchable.” Due to their extreme poverty, this community has never been able to break the chains of their cultural slavery. The oldest girl in each...
From the Field: Meet Natasha from Puerto Rico

From the Field: Meet Natasha from Puerto Rico

Family has always been important to me, particularly through my battle with cancer and other difficult seasons in my life. And no matter where I travel in the world, I see that we all have that in common — families are important to us, especially in times of crisis....
On the ground in Puerto Rico

On the ground in Puerto Rico

It’s been five months since Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the island province of Puerto Rico. The world watched, eyes glued to their screens as footage of flooded streets cycled on every news channel. When I saw the news and heard the stories of destruction, I...
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