YEMEN: Millions on the brink of starvation

YEMEN: Millions on the brink of starvation

HAMEED STAGGERED, hardly able to walk.* He was gaunt and haggard. Hameed’s family of nine had fled to a makeshift camp for displaced Yemenis after their house was destroyed. The family struggled to survive with almost nothing to eat or drink. Like many Yemenis, they...
Tsunami in Indonesia

Tsunami in Indonesia

The death toll continues to rise as rescue workers recover bodies of those killed by an earthquake and tsunami that struck Sulawesi, Indonesia, on September 28. Some perished when their homes collapsed. Others were carried out to sea when the twenty-foot tsunami wave...
“I learn a lot at school”

“I learn a lot at school”

“I like going to school,” says Esther, who is enrolled at a CAM supported school in Haiti. “I especially like writing and I learn a lot at school.” Nothing stops Esther from going to school, not even the fact that she has a 45-minute walk and hobbles on a dislocated...
More Bibles, More Believers

More Bibles, More Believers

While Christians in North America have easy access to the Holy Bible, countless believers around the world wait years, or even a lifetime, for their own copy of God’s Word. Through Bibles-for-the-World, CAM provides free Bibles to millions of people who are unable to...
Working for a new House

Working for a new House

Raducu is a church leader in Romania who works hard to support his family and shepherd his congregation. His family of nine lives in a small lean-to house they built beside their church. After receiving a gift from CAM’s Family-Self-Support program last year, Raducu...