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Poverty had condemned Josafat to death

Poverty had condemned Josafat to death

Adys and Johny held their tiny newborn in their arms. Like any young parents, they were overjoyed as they marveled at their first child, counting his tiny toes and tiny fingers. Although they lived a sparse life in Guatemala, Adys and Johny were determined to provide...
Rescuing a child can save a mother, too!

Rescuing a child can save a mother, too!

Claudine’s soft, baby skin had turned ashy. The 18-month-old’s thin limbs hung by her side. In their small home in Haiti, Claudine’s mother rocked her, trying to comfort her daughter’s weak whimpers. As she tenderly kissed her daughter’s cheek, Claudine’s mother knew...

From the Field | Hope, Resilience, and Purpose in Haiti

I’m in northern Haiti today with the World Help team visiting Danita’s Children—one of our partners in Child Sponsorship and Baby Rescue. This morning, as I walked through the streets, I saw evidence of spiritual darkness and poverty everywhere. My heart grew heavy...

You Already Know How to Change the World

Susan Morris was reading Noel Yeatts’ book, AWAKE, when God began to prepare her heart for a journey she never imagined. “Do you want to be safe, or do you really want to change the world?” she read. It was the kind of question a person can’t easily forget. Though...

Love Needs No Translation

Today’s guest post is from Traci Beeson. She blogs for World Help through her online platform, Rich In Blessings. This whole trip has been a crazy ride of such a beautiful mixture of compassion and celebration, shared sorrows and doubled joys. I have never done...
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