Fixing Wheelchairs & Building Friendships

Fixing Wheelchairs & Building Friendships

As a young girl, Najah* became paralyzed from the waist down due to a doctor’s mistake. She now uses a wheelchair, bumping over the Judean hills around her home just south of Bethlehem. Her chair needs constant repair, but she isn’t ready to give up its familiarity...
“That the World May Know”

“That the World May Know”

Every child should know the love of God. Every heart should experience the depth of Christ’s mercy. But how will they learn about these things? Without God’s Word, millions will never know the Way of Life. Our goal through the Bibles-for-the World program is that men,...
Deadly Earthquake in Mexico

Deadly Earthquake in Mexico

A powerful earthquake struck southern Mexico on Thursday Sept 7, toppling large buildings and leaving dozens dead. The epictenter of this 8.1 magnitude quake was near the states of Chiapas and Oaxaca. This region is one of the most impoverished areas of Mexico. The...
Historic Flooding Devastates Texas

Historic Flooding Devastates Texas

Hurricane Harvey blasted the coast of Texas on Friday night, August 25, bringing with it one of the worst flooding disasters in U.S. history. Over 50 inches of rain fell in parts of southeastern Texas. Heartrending stories are emerging from victims and emergency...
Famine in Africa

Famine in Africa

“The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light.” Isaiah 9:2 Africa is facing its worst famine in recent history as drought and conflict rage across more than a dozen countries. Many people have died already, and more than 20 million are at risk of...
“Water, water,” they plead.

“Water, water,” they plead.

Their steps are faltered, their faces thin and drawn. The desperation in their eyes is almost palpable. “Mai, mai (water, water),” they plead. I’m surrounded by flattened buildings, crumbled cement, and bombed cars in Mosul’s old city. Armored Humvees drive by, on...