Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Families in Bolivia Grateful for Dairy Cows

It was after lunch, and we were to drive just up the road to the two Samaritan's Purse centers that had been built within the last year. One center housed the vet clinic and supply store and the other was the milk-product processing center. As we … [Read more...]

Bringing Hope to Nepal Flood Survivors

Our team recently had the chance to meet Dev Kumari and her husband. Their house was destroyed in the Nepal floods. Kumari is 66 years old and all her children have moved away from her village. In the middle of the night on Friday, Kumari and … [Read more...]

Children’s Program in Iraq Invites Dreams of a Brighter Future

In Iraq, dust is a color and the wind is its artist. The dust is swept across the canvas with haphazard strokes, painting the dullest of colors into a region in desperate need of something bright. Layers of dust collect on tent flaps, reminding … [Read more...]

Sharing God’s Love with Families Displaced by ISIS

Seven-month-old Norjena took a fingerful of moist ground rice from her mother. On this day, Norjena was running a fever. Just looking at her small frame it was easy to tell that Norjena is underweight and malnourished. The mother and daughter sat … [Read more...]

Memories from South Sudan

Numerous conversations and events have left lasting impressions on my heart over the last four years in South Sudan. The memories pierce my soul, bring tears to my eyes, and leave a smile on my face as I’m reminded of the incredible opportunity it w … [Read more...]

Haiti Event Highlights Unity in Christ

Since the day I arrived in Haiti I had been hearing about the upcoming nutrition fair. This is a big two-day event sponsored by our maternal child health program (MCH), with contributions from our agriculture program. Dr. Jacob Baptiste, the MCH … [Read more...]

Walking a Path of Forgiveness

Rosemary’s calm words startled me. We sat outside her dwelling in the northwest Uganda Bidibidi refugee settlement—a peaceful area with thatched roof huts and emergency tarps dotting the bushy green landscape in every direction. As she softly rec … [Read more...]