Sunday, February 18, 2018

Life-Changing Surgeries in Bolivia

It is amazing how God plans things out and cares about the small moments that we sometimes feel are insignificant. It’s in those moments when God sees the hearts of those in need and provides comfort. I experienced such a moment when I visited t … [Read more...]

Teenager in Myanmar Rescued From Labor Trafficking

I recently met U Maung Thet who had participated in the Samaritan’s Purse migration education and trafficking awareness training in Myanmar. He shared the following story with our team about a teenager he was able to help. Kyaw Min is a 1 … [Read more...]

Livelihoods Project Helps Widow Start a Successful Business

“When my husband died, I didn’t know how I was going to raise my two kids without him. The Samaritan’s Purse livelihoods program taught me a way to support my family,” said Rachel Saballa. Rachel is 36 years old and lives in the Philippines. In 201 … [Read more...]

A Nurse Cares for a Rohingya Refugee

Sakera, I think about you every day since I left Bangladesh and have the drawing you made me next to my bed. The first day we met at Memorial Christian Hospital you were so scared and shy. I wanted to talk with you, to get to know you, but … [Read more...]

A Thirst for the Gospel in Niger

Dusty paths created only by animals and foot traffic weave through sand and scattered brush throughout rural Niger. These "roads" are all that connect our evangelists with the numerous villages they visit each week. After traveling some of these … [Read more...]

Cambodia Students Learn How to Stay Healthy

“Our teachers used to teach the children in school to wash their hands, but we didn’t have a hand-washing station for them to practice,” said Yav Don, principal of Kouk Samrong Primary School in Cambodia. Kouk Samrong School has 239 students and e … [Read more...]

Escaping Death and Finding New Life in Christ

As her face turned suddenly cyanotic, her last breaths approached and she lost consciousness. Stella was already on the maximum amount of oxygen we could give her. I was not facing this moment as a life-saving, Third World missionary doctor who … [Read more...]