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...
The Bible: a wellspring in dry places

The Bible: a wellspring in dry places

“Jesus answered, ‘Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life’” John 4:13-14, NIV. It’s far more...
Your 2017 impact in photos: Children of the World

Your 2017 impact in photos: Children of the World

This past year was full of joy for the Children of the World International Children’s Choir. In August, the 2017-2018 choir members arrived in the United States, and they’re now halfway through a journey filled with learning, friendships, and the happiness that comes...
Your 2017 impact in photos: Community development

Your 2017 impact in photos: Community development

“I don’t know where I would be without you.” Those are such encouraging words to hear, aren’t they? They tell you that you’ve truly made a difference. And it’s remarkable to think someone you’ve never met — on the other side of the globe — feels that way about you!...
Your 2017 impact in photos: Humanitarian aid

Your 2017 impact in photos: Humanitarian aid

The year 2017 could be remembered as a year full of natural disasters, violence, and pain. But your generosity transformed 2017 into the year that thousands of people received urgent care at a time when they were the most vulnerable. When you heard about disasters...
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