Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Breaking New Ground

Wayne Hester, ministry team intern, blogs from our office in Cambodia about the staff's participation in the Angkor Wat International Half-Marathon and 10K. Attempting new things is not always easy—especially when the new thing is running a h … [Read more...]

Going Deeper Into the Heart

Emily Arneson, program manager for Children's Heart Project in Mongolia, blogs about a special follow-up and discipleship program. Since 2000, more than 270 Mongolian children have received life-saving surgery for congenital heart defects. The child … [Read more...]

A Part of the Team

We have a number of Team Samaritan’s Purse members who are currently in training or have just finished their races. Here are a few of our supporters. Last year in October, Dennis Langkos served in Haiti with us, building shelters for the hundreds o … [Read more...]

Running With Purpose

Bev Kauffeldt, program support manager for our work in Liberia and wife of Country Director Kendell, is running the London Marathon on Sunday to raise money for Church-Based Livelihood (CLP) and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programs. She … [Read more...]

Running for Water in Cincinnati

Team Samaritan’s Purse is in Cincinnati this weekend for the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon and Half-Marathon. Brittany Donald Salmon is one of 20 Team SP runners who will be in the race tomorrow. She lives in Wake Forest, N.C., with her husband Ben, … [Read more...]

First-World Problems

By staff writer Simon Gonzalez. My wife and my daughter sat down to watch one of their favorite shows the other night. One of those dancing things. Alas, it wasn’t to be. The satellite provider and the broadcast networks weren’t getting along. The pi … [Read more...]

Special Delivery from Hong Kong

The Samaritan’s Purse affiliate office in Hong Kong again collected shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child in December. They first launched the project in 2009, collecting 18,633 boxes for children in the Sichuan province of China and Manila in the … [Read more...]