Sunday, June 25, 2017

Generosity is Contagious

By Michelle de Carion, staff writer Most people have a hobby. It could be making jewelry, knitting, or collecting baseball cards. But I didn’t know what kinds of hobbies people have in other countries. Japanese homeowner Kawanami-san’s favorite pas … [Read more...]

Updates From Our Wildfire Response

By Brent Graybeal, program manager in New Mexico Three debris teams and one metal team worked in Bonita Park yesterday. The volunteers have consistently worked hard every day of this deployment. The weather is finally cooperating and no time was … [Read more...]

The Corner Samaritan

By Michelle de Carion, staff writer I woke up at 3 a.m. in my hotel room in Sendai, Japan, with sharp pains in my pelvis area. My whole body was shaking, and when I tried to move the pain got worse. I attempted to get out of bed to get some water, … [Read more...]

A Life-Changing Experience

By Maddie Pothour (center, above), a 20-year-old senior at Colorado State University who volunteered with Samaritan's Purse to help wildfire victims in Colorado The past three years since I have been in college, I thought I was living God's plan. I … [Read more...]

Childbirth Classes in the Jungle

By Dr. Allan T. Sawyer, an OB/GYN who is serving with World Medical Mission in Papua New Guinea We recently went to the village of Yifififiki to teach childbirth classes. Shortly before our arrival, the Hewa men build an open-air classroom with a … [Read more...]

Developing Dreams

By Eliseo Quenta, leadership training instructor for Samaritan's Purse in Bolivia Nestor Alavi is native to Achiri, a small town in western Bolivia. When Samaritan’s Purse came in 2009, he was one of the first people to sign up for the t … [Read more...]

Responding to Needs

Bill Burden, a volunteer team leader from Austin, Texas, explains how Samaritan's Purse is assisting homeowners affected by wildfires in New Mexico and Colorado. [raw] [/raw] … [Read more...]