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what no child should do

“No child should wonder if they’re going to eat today, or have to carry the burden of making money for their family. They shouldn’t miss school because they’re sick with diseases we already know how to treat, or be forced into trafficking their own body.  69 more words

Looking back on 2016

The LORD has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy. Psalm 126:3

As we move towards the end of 2016, we take time to reflect on the great things that the Lord has done! 146 more words

Hope Banquet

Hope Social Action is the Cameroonian Christian organization that we partner with, ministering among the most vulnerable in Yaounde. Last Sunday, they hosted their annual banquet, giving an opportunity for people to learn more about the ministry and how they might have a part! 213 more words

Did you do your homework?

Martial loves the children at Mama Regine’s Orphanage, and they love him. The first time we went with Martial, he got out of the car, the children ran to him, and they gave him lots of hugs! 563 more words

Healthy Pastor Healthy Church

In order for churches and ministries to be healthy and productive, their leaders (pastors) must be healthy. When we think of health, we usually think only in terms of physical health; but a more holistic approach is needed. 292 more words

Earthquake in Ecuador: Crisis Response

Following a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Ecuador on April 16, 2016, ReachGlobal Crisis Response evaluated the need and sprung into action.

From Crisis Response:

“Kids frequently have the most difficult time processing trauma, so our response to the Ecuadorian earthquake is making kids and their families the primary focus. 102 more words



Mama Adah’s husband and baby both died many years ago. Over time, she has taken in four orphaned children, caring for them as her own. 276 more words