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Countries in crisis: Uganda

Countries in crisis: Uganda

It’s often called “the Pearl of Africa,” and with good reason. Uganda has captured the hearts of many travelers throughout the years. In fact, many believe it was Winston Churchill that coined the nickname. And the name is true. With its tropical climate, beautiful...
God can use your children to change the world

God can use your children to change the world

Sitting in the doctor’s office, Chris and Mary listened to the list of shots and possible illnesses with growing apprehension.Meningitis. Typhoid. Yellow Fever.“There was a point where we were kind of like, we must be crazy,” said Mary, laughing. “What are we doing,...
Child Sponsorship brings fountain of hope for Zambia

Child Sponsorship brings fountain of hope for Zambia

Carolina watched as the other children made their way to school. She eyed their freshly pressed uniforms, their new notebooks, and the handfuls of sharpened pencils. All Carolina wanted was to join them, but she knew her family would never be able to afford it. Her...
A snapshot of water in Africa

A snapshot of water in Africa

Several years ago, the United Nations released an overwhelming statistic: women in Africa spend 40 billion hours a year collecting water. Yes, I said billion. That’s equivalent to the amount of time the population of France spends at their jobs every year. It’s no...
Refugee children in Uganda are starving

Refugee children in Uganda are starving

I knew my trip to serve South Sudanese refugees would be different from my other trips to refugee camps around the world. Still, I wasn’t prepared for what I saw. Hollow eyes. Large, protruding bellies. Children on the brink of complete starvation.  To make matters...
Children are suffering — You can help

Children are suffering — You can help

Can you see them — the thousands of children starving around the world today? Can you imagine the little girl in East Africa, sitting on the dusty ground … belly swollen from months without a proper meal? Or the mother in Yemen, staring at scraps of food, knowing...
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