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Fending Off Winter Winds

“… Whoever thought about me and about people like us who live in very cold places and without many resources … I thank them from the bottom of my heart.” Winter brought no joy to 42-year-old Elyse. The harsh temperatures and bitter winds bit through her old clothes and threadbare blankets. Her village, nestled in a mountain range, faced low temperatures year-round, even in the summer. Elyse need ...

Medical Camp Helps Sick Village

Medical camps are among the most effective ways to bring poor, impoverished communities the health care they desperately need. In one particular village, hundreds of men, women and children suffered from symptoms of COVID-19. Recognizing t ...

Hope Brighter Than a Kerosene Lamp

What did Petria dream about as she studied by the light of a kerosene lamp? The young girl didn’t envision much for herself beyond a life like her mother’s—a life of hard work, of toiling  ...

Toilets Bring Sanitation, Hope to Village

“We feel loved, although we are very poor and a neglected sort of people, but then the church has always stood on our side ...When we need it, the church has helped us. … We are glad th ...

Young Man’s Curiosity Leads to Peace

Perhaps Naim was bored. Perhaps he was curious. But one spontaneous decision to tag along with his friends would transform his whole life. Naim had experienced much sadness and difficulty. He grew up with an alcoholic father, who ...

Blanket Brings Transformation

“I thank God for taking care of us and providing our needs, ...I am also grateful to Him for transforming my husband’s life.” Kajsa had little protection from the cold. She worked hard as a domestic worker ju ...

K.P.’s Corner

Even though we have access to millions of books and incredible amounts of teaching, we live in a post-Christian generation. You may know lots of things in your head, and the enemy may ma ...

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