Monday, December 18, 2017

God Provides Protection

By Tom Mangham, deputy country director in Honduras For years, Samaritan’s Purse has worked with families affected by HIV and AIDS in Honduras by meeting their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Many of these families live in the poorest and m … [Read more...]

Communicating From the Heart

By Teesa Klear, donor and supporter of Children’s Heart Project On October 2, a 2-year-old girl from Mongolia, Namuundari, got to meet a 6-year-old boy from North Carolina, Sam Klear. It wasn’t a traditional meeting by any means. The two children b … [Read more...]

The Power of Prayer

By Judy Blumhofer, serving at Hospital Loma de Luz in La Ceiba, Honduras, through the World Medical Mission Post-Residency program A few weeks ago, a baby came in with what I thought was the beginning of a cold. She looked great and showed no … [Read more...]

Turning From Rejection to Love

By Letis Hernandez Cruz, monitoring and evaluation coordinator for Samaritan's Purse HIV/AIDS programs in Honduras A part of our response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic is constructing homes for people living with the virus, and for vulnerable women and … [Read more...]

Climbing out of Poverty

By Rachel Harris, one of five people who will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for Samaritan’s Purse projects in Kenya This is an Olympic year. For the athletes who competed in London, it was the culmination of years of training. In O … [Read more...]

Connecting with a Lighthouse Church

By Gary Martyn, staff writer When Hurricane Isaac flooded thousands of homes in LaPlace, Louisiana, Paul Naylor was determined to find ways to provide spiritual comfort and assistance to hurting families in the community. Paul, the pastor of First … [Read more...]

A Giving Heart

By Chelsea Pardue, Samaritan's Purse staff writer Our van pulled up beside a thicket in the small Lebanese community. In a small clearing, I could see a house of sorts—mostly sticks put together to form an area for living. Outside, there were eight y … [Read more...]