Update on Haiti kidnapping

Update on Haiti kidnapping

Haiti Update: Press Release December 20, 2021     Hostages Freed December 17, 2021 It is with great joy and deep thankfulness to God that I, David Troyer, General Director of Christian Aid Ministries, confirm the safe return of all 17 staff members of...
One cup of rice

One cup of rice

God used food distributions to show His love in Madagascar, an island off the East African coast. A mother of two, whose husband is unemployed, said, “Last week I told my children that we only had one cup of rice left to cook. I had no idea what we would eat this...
Sowing seeds in Ghana through SALT Agri-Plus

Sowing seeds in Ghana through SALT Agri-Plus

In Ghana, West Africa, SALT Agri-Plus staff members are teaching Ghanaians improved ways of sowing seeds and farming by using natural materials to cultivate their land and reduce erosion. Each agricultural lesson is based on Scripture. Biblical principles help reveal...
Grateful tears from a Yemeni mother

Grateful tears from a Yemeni mother

Amira’s* husband left her alone with their children to marry another woman. This left Amira as the sole breadwinner for her family. When Amira’s husband suffered kidney failure, his second wife left him. Amira took her husband back into her home to care for him. Then...
Catastrophic Floods in BC

Catastrophic Floods in BC

The town motto in Princeton B.C. reads: “Where Rivers and Friends Meet.” This congenial greeting became a grim reality on Saturday, November 13, 2021, as torrential rains cascaded into the region. Some communities reported that a month’s worth of rain fell in 48...
The high cost of contaminated water

The high cost of contaminated water

Women and children around the globe spend hours in the hot sun, collecting water from contaminated water holes and polluted rivers. Some have no choice but to go out at night to gather water for their families. Our contacts share stories of woman and children being...