Water Essay | Through the Lens

“Most people envision gushing, crystal clear water abundantly flowing off the majestic Himalayan Mountains in Nepal. To tell you the truth, I knew the need for clean water was prevalent before my husband and I lived here, but really, I had no grasp as to how...

Not On Our Watch

[wh_blogger img=”http://worldhelp.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/michele.png” name=”Michele-Lyn Ault” twitter=”michelelynault” short_bio=”Writer of A Life Surrendered“] Michele-Lyn is more of a mess than she cares to...

Day Eight | Sponsorship: The Gift that Changes Everything

Kampala, Uganda | The children of Good Samaritan School are survivors. Most have been directly impacted by the brutality of the LRA or the devastating AIDS epidemic. The majority are orphans with virtually no chance for survival . . . until they came to Good...

Day Six: A Place to Call Home

Northern Uganda | The Lord’s Resistance Army’s reign of terror throughout rural Uganda triggered a wave of mass chaos. Thousands of Ugandans fled to escape the violence of the rebel army, causing a refugee crisis of disastrous proportions. Because either...

Day One: Bringing Help and Hope to AIDS Orphans

Today, I’m spending time in Zimbabwe, a place where AIDS has devastated the lives of countless people. It’s a country with one of the lowest life expectancies on earth and little opportunity for the future. But through the investment of child sponsorship, along with...
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