Friday, August 18, 2017

God’s Provision at a Hospital in Kenya

The CT scan of Flossy's neck confirmed a severe spine dislocation that had resulted in a spinal cord injury. Sixteen hours after we placed her in cervical traction, her spine had realigned. We were then able to take her to the operating room to … [Read more...]

Goats and the Gospel

For a visitor to Guidan Baje in Niger, it might have been a surprise to see sheep and goats in the middle of the village. Samaritan's Purse staff working with the livestock project tried to chase the livestock into some kind of organization, … [Read more...]

Family Day in the Philippines Creates Special Memories

Our team hosted a Family Day event in Tacloban City last year, so we were excited that the team in Manila would this year hold a Family Day event to reach out to impoverished families. These are the families with whom Samaritan’s Purse is c … [Read more...]

Cash Grant Program Helps Refugees in Greece

Arman, his wife, and four children live in an abandoned Greek naval academy that has been transformed into a government-run refugee site. They are waiting on legal papers and asylum decisions, unable to do much more than sit and wait. Arman and … [Read more...]

Operation Christmas Child Brings Gospel Opportunities to Fiji

Our regional team distributed Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts to a community in eastern Fiji comprised of several different religions. The church that received the shoeboxes did not have a pastor, and two Fijian women were looking after the … [Read more...]

Twisting Dreams: Human Trafficking in Uganda

How do you ask someone about the most difficult and terrifying time in their life? What do you ask, when you can’t begin to imagine what they’ve experienced? As I sat down and spoke with young women who are survivors of human trafficking I was str … [Read more...]

Changing Lives Through The Greatest Journey

It has been a privilege to work alongside the Operation Christmas Child ministry for five years. Through Operation Christmas Child I have seen the lives of kids and their families changed. I want to share this story about 14-year-old Sophea who … [Read more...]