Monday, December 18, 2017

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...]

Walking With Jesus

By Gary Martyn, staff writer Taime Dirye has been a chaplain at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in the highlands of Papua New Guinea for 20 years. People often travel for days to reach the remote mission hospital, which is known for providing excellent … [Read more...]

A Kitchen Ministry

By Simon Gonzalez, Samaritan's Purse web editor Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, … [Read more...]

The Comfort of the Lamb

By Chelsea Pardue, writer for Samaritan's Purse In the distance, a bomb drops. The flare lights up the window beside a child’s dirty mattress. The child lies awake with wide eyes, trying to cover herself with tattered blankets, but is still scared t … [Read more...]

God Fills In the Gaps

By Josh Anderson, Samaritan’s Purse staff writer A little over two years have passed since a 7.0 magnitude earthquake ravaged Haiti. Estimates of the devastation vary, but at last count 230,000 people lost their lives and over 100,000 lost their h … [Read more...]