Invigorate helping the disabled - World Humanitarian Day
I arrive under cover of darkness as the sound of air raid sirens echo in the distance. We slowly roll past barricades of sand, concrete and hundreds of anti-tank crisscross metal obstacles.
When I left for the front lines of western Ukraine a week ago, it was anticipated that nearly 500,000 refugees would arrive here in Poland. That number has actually reached a staggering mill
13 years ago we landed in a country in the Middle East thinking we would be church planters, but after years of working far from our team members, we found we couldn’t get a visa to work w
The road ahead is long and difficult. Please continue to pray for the people of Lebanon.
May God share with us His loving and caring heart for refugees.
Tim and Tawnya Green and their three children’s lives changed drastically in 2012 after a short-term mission trip to Fiji. Although most people might think of Fiji as a tropical paradise
Brady and his wife Amber have been serving at a home of abused and abandoned children in Beirut for the last five years.
This month we want to take a minute to share stories from the field – stories of how your donations have impacted the lives of others. We are thankful for the many donors and supporters wh
In 2010, after several years of living in the Middle East and being involved in activities and projects in the region, Jeff and Mary Kenney decided that an easier way to help people financia