Heavy rains have flooded areas of Northern Haiti since early last week. The flooding adds to economic problems in the country, which a United Nations official recently noted. About 40 percent of Haiti’s population needs humanitarian assistance.
Slum life is very difficult. But because of the Sisters of Compassion, individuals who would normally go without, like the children pictured, have access to health and hygiene supplies, vitamin supplements, and proper nutrition.
Bethany Christian Services, the country’s largest Protestant adoption and foster care agency, will begin serving LGBTQ couples, a significant change for the evangelical outfit and a sign of the growing cultural shift.
On 13 February 2017, Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted in broad daylight by secret state police in Malaysia. Four years on, after fighting tirelessly for answers, his wife, Susanna, and her family are no closer to finding out where he is – but she is […]
Refugee children miss an average of three or more years of schooling, according to Tent Schools International (TSI). And that’s not taking the pandemic into account. It’s going to take years to really understand how COVID-19 has impacted the development and education of kids living in refugee […]
As the country faces an uncertain financial future, one report says 40% of those surveyed plan to spend less this holiday season. These reports are particularly troubling for nonprofits that rely on end of year giving.
As Christmas approaches it’s easy to get caught up in the lights and presents. Yet for many, extra gifts are the last thing on their minds this year. AMG International offers an extra seed of hope for families in need with their Bundles of Love […]
Edward Graham, the grandson of the late evangelist Billy Graham, says shoeboxes filled with gifts are reaching more children and unreached people with the Gospel than the massive global evangelistic events his grandfather held over decades.