Thursday, November 23, 2017

Emergency Water in South Sudan

By Daniel Hekel, staff member in South Sudan For two months, Rebecca Akel and Maria Anoon lived with their families on the roadside in a basic hut they made from long sticks and grass thatch. They had been displaced because of flooding in Aweil … [Read more...]

Salvations in New York

By BJ Sanders, volunteer with Samaritan’s Purse   I had the distinct honor last week to work alongside six other amazing individuals from Torch Community Church and minister to those in New York who were affected by Hurricane Sandy. We served w … [Read more...]

The Storm Over Haiti

By Charlotte Schmitt, a nurse who served as a medical volunteer in Haiti I knew bad weather was approaching Haiti before I left for my trip with Samaritan’s Purse. I considered packing games like UNO cards, or bringing some knitting to help distract … [Read more...]

Unseen Wounds

By Karina Petersen, Samaritan's Purse media relations coordinator I recently spent some time at Samaritan Lodge Alaska, meeting couples that Samaritan’s Purse is ministering to as a part of our Operation Heal Our Patriots project. These couples h … [Read more...]

Starting a New Life in Christ

By Megumi Nakahashi, staff member on our ministry support team in Japan Four people recently were baptized in the ocean near Kessenuma, Japan. They were washed into new life in Jesus Christ in the same waters that had destroyed so many lives last … [Read more...]

A Woman's Worth

By Elizabeth Crosby, sector manager for health programs in Liberia Last week I went out to see some of our Community Health Evangelism trainings. About half of our communities are in Muslim areas and the other half are in Christian ones. However, … [Read more...]

Hope Through Literacy

By Charles Mathews, Samaritan's Purse country director for Haiti Everyone around me was dressed in his or her Sunday best. They had come to see their mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, and grandchildren graduate. They came to celebrate what … [Read more...]