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Disaster Relief Team Deploys to Germany in Wake of Flooding

GERMANY — A Samaritan’s Purse disaster assistance response team (DART) has arrived in hard-hit Western Germany to aid in massive flood relief efforts. These international specialists are assisting a local team of 150 German staff and volunteers who have already been hard at work in the devastated city of Ahrweiler. Since July 15—just 24 hours… Continue reading Disaster Relief Team Deploys to Germany in Wake of Flooding

First Devotional Available for Chaplains Out on Disaster Relief

ENUMCLAW, WA — If resources are available for disaster relief teams to meet the needs of those facing the crises, how much more important is it for disaster relief chaplains to meet the spiritual needs of those volunteering on his or her crew? With the recent natural disasters across the country, this has never been… Continue reading First Devotional Available for Chaplains Out on Disaster Relief

Some Through the Flood – Calvary Chapel Disaster Relief Teams Activate

Flooding in South Carolina after Hurricane Florence

MYRTLE BEACH – From time to time we need to be reminded that putting our faith into action is just as important at home as it is in distant lands. I saw the love of God in action in the wake of the Hurricane Florence disaster after it left families in parts of the coastal… Continue reading Some Through the Flood – Calvary Chapel Disaster Relief Teams Activate

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GFA Launches Disaster Relief Effort to Aid Victims of ‘Grave’ Kerala Flooding

WILLS POINT, Texas  — GFA (Gospel for Asia) has issued an urgent appeal for help in responding to some of the worst flooding in almost a century that has claimed several hundred lives and displaced nearly a quarter of a million people in southern India. GFA-supported workers have already begun distributing emergency supplies to some… Continue reading GFA Launches Disaster Relief Effort to Aid Victims of ‘Grave’ Kerala Flooding

Bringing Relief After Metro Detroit Floods

DETROIT, MI – Samaritan’s Purse is in Metro Detroit helping devastated homeowners after seven inches of rain drenched the area late last month and caused massive flooding. Volunteers are urgently needed to assist in the cleanup effort and share the love of Christ with those affected by the storm. Matt Campbell, Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Relief:… Continue reading Bringing Relief After Metro Detroit Floods

Relief Supplies Airlifted to Nepal as South Asia Battles COVID-19

GREENSBORO, NC — A second wave in the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly spreading throughout Nepal with over 34,000 new cases reported in just the last week. The true number may be much higher because virus testing is inadequate across most of the impoverished nation of 30 million people. Sadly, hardest hit areas are the remote… Continue reading Relief Supplies Airlifted to Nepal as South Asia Battles COVID-19

The Los Angeles Dream Center Celebrates 5 Million Meals Served During COVID Relief, and Announces New Rooms Added to Their Transitional Housing Program

LOS ANGELES — The effects of the pandemic left millions in desperate need. Yet since March 2020, through the Los Angeles Dream Center’s quick-response COVID relief efforts and the support of the community, donors, corporations, volunteers, and small businesses, they were able to distribute 7 million pounds of food processed through their food bank. In… Continue reading The Los Angeles Dream Center Celebrates 5 Million Meals Served During COVID Relief, and Announces New Rooms Added to Their Transitional Housing Program

Convoy of Hope Deploys Emergency Relief to Texas

SPRINGFIELD, MO — Convoy of Hope’s tractor trailers have arrived and continue to arrive to parts of Texas with water and supplies. In total, 10 of their fleet have been loaded with mostly cases of water, and also some food, blankets and cleaning supplies and have either already arrived to TX distribution sites, are currently… Continue reading Convoy of Hope Deploys Emergency Relief to Texas

Relief for Alabama Tornado Victims

FULTONDALE, AL — Samaritan’s Purse volunteers in Jefferson County, Alabama, are helping to remove debris and patch roofs following the destruction caused by a deadly tornado. Elizabeth Burford, Homeowner: It was awful. It was a roaring sound. And it’s just something you can’t hardly describe, really. A lot of wind and it was just terrible.… Continue reading Relief for Alabama Tornado Victims

Illinois-based Humanitarian Organization Leads Huge COVID-19 Relief Effort in Russia, Former Soviet Union

LOVES PARK, IL — An Illinois-based, international organization is leading a major humanitarian effort to feed hungry families and orphans struggling due to the economic devastation caused by COVID-19 in Russia and the former Soviet Union. Slavic Gospel Association (SGA, www.sga.org) has served its grassroots network of 6,350 local evangelical church partners in the vast… Continue reading Illinois-based Humanitarian Organization Leads Huge COVID-19 Relief Effort in Russia, Former Soviet Union

Gospel for Asia with Chick-fil-A & Brookshire’s Bring Christmas Relief to Hunger-Hit Texans

SPREADING CHRISTMAS CHEER: Chick-fil-A, Brookshire’s, Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) and Body of Life (www.bodyoflife.org) are joining forces to give hundreds of hungry Texas families a helping hand this Christmas. The organizations will stage a Christmas grocery, sandwich and water giveaway Sat. Dec. 19 from 10 a.m.–12 p.m. -- or until food boxes run out -- at GFA World’s campus at 1116 St. Thomas Way, Wills Point.

WILLS POINT, TX — Chick-fil-A and Brookshire’s are joining a leading aid agency to deliver Christmas relief to Texas families hit hard by the pandemic. As America experiences another spike in coronavirus cases, one in four children aren’t getting enough food and face a bleak Christmas, says Wills Point-based humanitarian agency Gospel for Asia (GFA World… Continue reading Gospel for Asia with Chick-fil-A & Brookshire’s Bring Christmas Relief to Hunger-Hit Texans

Rushing Relief to Typhoon Victims in Vietnam

VIETNAM — A series of deadly tropical storms in rapid succession has caused catastrophic damage and the worst flooding that parts of Southeast Asia have endured in more than four decades. Floodwaters, fallen trees, and debris have left entire villages inaccessible. Hundreds of thousands of homes across the region are damaged or destroyed. Decimated crops… Continue reading Rushing Relief to Typhoon Victims in Vietnam

Winter Relief Airlifted to Armenia

ARMENIA — Samaritan’s Purse has sent their DC-8 aircraft packed with winter relief supplies to Yerevan, Armenia. They will be delivering critically needed warm clothing to families who have fled the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the long-disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Since fighting broke out on Sept. 27, thousands of people have had to… Continue reading Winter Relief Airlifted to Armenia

Charity Brings United Hurricane Relief to Louisiana

LOUISIANA — Thanks to the quick response of their many ministry partners and the local church Christian charity Somebody Cares has been providing urgent relief supplies to those impacted by hurricane Laura in Sulphur, Louisiana. They have been distributing much needed meals and other items to residents and first responders who are not only dealing… Continue reading Charity Brings United Hurricane Relief to Louisiana

Gospel for Asia Extends COVID-19 Hunger Relief to Americans

ALLEVIATING COVID HUNGER: One of the biggest poverty-alleviating organizations in Asia is helping distribute food to families impacted by COVID-19 on its own doorstep in Texas. Bishop Danny Yohannan, left, of Texas-based Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) helped launch the monthly food giveaway to Texans affected by COVID-19 .

WILLS POINT, TX — One of the world’s biggest poverty-alleviating organizations has started distributing food to families impacted by COVID-19 on its own doorstep in Texas. Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) — known for clean water projects and disaster relief in Asia’s poorest nations — is helping distribute food to hundreds of families living… Continue reading Gospel for Asia Extends COVID-19 Hunger Relief to Americans

‘Disaster Response TV’ Brings Virtual School to Beirut Blast Kids

SATELLITE TV BRINGS SCHOOL TO BEIRUT BLAST KIDS: As Lebanon's capital reels from a catastrophic explosion last month that destroyed 120 schools, Christian satellite television network SAT-7 (www.sat7usa.org) is broadcasting free lessons every day to tens of thousands of children whose lives have been thrown into chaos by the blast and COVID-19.

EASTON, MD — As Lebanon’s capital, Beirut reels from a catastrophic explosion disaster that destroyed more than 100 schools, the response of a faith-based satellite television network in the Middle East is broadcasting free lessons every day to thousands of children unable to go back to school. Some 120 public and private schools in Beirut… Continue reading ‘Disaster Response TV’ Brings Virtual School to Beirut Blast Kids

Gospel for Asia Continues COVID-19 Relief Via Food Giveaway in Wills Point, TX

GROCERY GIVEAWAY: Bishop Danny Yohannan of Wills Point-based ministry Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org), Wills Point Mayor Mark Turner and other local volunteers help distribute USDA “Farmers to Families” food boxes to support local families impacted by the COVID-19 downturn. GFA World will hold another food giveaway Sat. Sept. 19 from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. -- or until USDA food boxes run out -- at its campus at 1116 St. Thomas Way, Wills Point.

WILLS POINT, TX — Gospel for Asia (GFA World and affiliates like Gospel for Asia Canada) and community volunteers are preparing to give away hundreds of free food packages Saturday, Sept. 19 to help local families impacted by COVID-19. This month’s food distribution will be the third monthly food giveaway at GFA World’s headquarters in… Continue reading Gospel for Asia Continues COVID-19 Relief Via Food Giveaway in Wills Point, TX

Charity Brings United Hurricane Relief to Louisiana

LOUISIANA — Thanks to the quick response of their many ministry partners and the local church Christian charity Somebody Cares has been providing urgent relief supplies to those impacted by hurricane Laura in Sulphur, Louisiana. They have been distributing much needed meals and other items to residents and first responders who are not only dealing… Continue reading Charity Brings United Hurricane Relief to Louisiana

Christian Community Credit Union Donates $10,000 to IM’s Beirut Relief Efforts

Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 towards International Ministries' relief efforts in the wake of the massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. Photo by Google Street View/P. Elie Korkomaz

SAN DIMAS, CA — Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 to International Ministries’ (IM) relief effort in response to the devastating massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. IM has global servants serving in the area who can offer immediate help to those affected by the blast. The funds for the donation come from the Credit Union’s… Continue reading Christian Community Credit Union Donates $10,000 to IM’s Beirut Relief Efforts

Gospel for Asia Extends ‘Boxes of Hope’ COVID-19 Food Relief

BOXES OF HOPE: Bishop Danny Yohannan of Wills Point-based ministry Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) and other local volunteers helped distribute USDA “Farmer to Families” food boxes to local families impacted by COVID-19 last month. GFA World will hold its next food drive Sat. Aug. 22 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at its campus at 1116 St. Thomas Way, Wills Point.

WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA World and affiliates like Gospel for Asia Canada) founded by Dr. K.P. Yohannan – Discussing the upcoming food distribution facilitated by Gospel for Asia and Body of Life to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) and community volunteers are gearing up… Continue reading Gospel for Asia Extends ‘Boxes of Hope’ COVID-19 Food Relief

Gospel for Asia Calls for ‘Compassionate Prayer’ After Jade Mine Disaster

MYANMAR DISASTER: More than 160 people were killed in a horrific mudslide at a jade mining site in northern Myanmar. Mission agency Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) has called for “compassionate prayer” as local Christians at the scene comfort the bereaved.

WILLS POINT, TX — One of the world’s leading mission agencies has called for “compassionate prayer” after more than 160 people were killed by a horrific mudslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar earlier this month. Several Christians living in a nearby village work at the jade mine, but fortunately no one from the… Continue reading Gospel for Asia Calls for ‘Compassionate Prayer’ After Jade Mine Disaster

Ministries Help Hundreds of Families With COVID-19 Food Relief

BOXES OF HOPE: Bishop Danny Yohannan, left, of Wills Point-based ministry Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) and other local volunteers helped deliver food boxes to local families impacted by COVID-19 on Saturday. GFA World was joined by Christian nonprofit organization Body of Life.

WILLS POINT, TX — Gospel for Asia (GFA World) and Body of Life ministries gave away more than 1,000 boxes packed with fresh food items to needy local families impacted by COVID-19 on Saturday. The ministries organized the food drive, held at GFA World’s headquarters in Wills Point, to help families living in Van Zandt… Continue reading Ministries Help Hundreds of Families With COVID-19 Food Relief

Super Cyclone Amphan and Coronavirus: Mega Disasters ‘Roll Into One’ Says Gospel for Asia

WILLS POINT, TX — One of America’s biggest mission agencies, Gospel for Asia (GFA World and affiliates like Gospel for Asia Canada) founded by Dr. K.P. Yohannan, was gearing up today to respond to a ‘super cyclone’ in South Asia — a region also battling a coronavirus surge that’s created a health and hunger crisis.… Continue reading Super Cyclone Amphan and Coronavirus: Mega Disasters ‘Roll Into One’ Says Gospel for Asia

Relief Flown to Island Residents Cut off by Hurricane Dorian

BAHAMAS — Samaritan’s Purse has established a base of operations in Marsh Harbour—working to bring emergency shelter material, clean water, and critical supplies to families who lost everything. Marsh Harbour, a small town of fewer than 10,000 people in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas, hit international news as Category 5 Hurricane Dorian made landfall there… Continue reading Relief Flown to Island Residents Cut off by Hurricane Dorian

30 Tons of Emergency Relief from Samaritan’s Purse Arrives in the Bahamas

BAHAMAS — Samaritan’s Purse made its first airlift of the Emergency Field Hospital to the Bahamas on September 5, at the request of the World Health Organization and the government of the Bahamas. Multiple flights will follow. A team of 16 staff members, including doctors and nurses, was on the flight to help set up… Continue reading 30 Tons of Emergency Relief from Samaritan’s Purse Arrives in the Bahamas

Samaritan’s Purse Airlift Arrives With Relief in Bahamas

BAHAMAS — Samaritan’s Purse is airlifting the Emergency Field Hospital to the Bahamas today, September 5, 2019, at the request of the World Health Organization and the government of the Bahamas. A team of 16 staff members, including doctors and nurses, will be on the flight to help set up the mobile hospital. The 40-bed… Continue reading Samaritan’s Purse Airlift Arrives With Relief in Bahamas

World Vision India Provides Ongoing Relief Following Cyclone Fani

ODISHA – World Vision is providing ongoing humanitarian assistance in India, after major coastal cities and communities were hit by cyclone Fani. Thousands of people were forced to evacuate their homes. Many live in constant fear for when the next storm may strike. In response World Vision is helping to rebuild homes and livelihoods as… Continue reading World Vision India Provides Ongoing Relief Following Cyclone Fani

Samaritan’s Purse Provides Critical Relief to Isolated Coastal Villages in Mozambique

MOZAMBIQUE – One month after Cyclone Idai made landfall in Mozambique, Samaritan’s Purse is meeting the needs of villages isolated by unprecedented floodwaters. The storm washed away all access roads, contaminated water points, and destroyed homes—leaving hundreds of families susceptible to diseases like malaria and cholera. Samaritan’s Purse responded to this dire need, traveling 50… Continue reading Samaritan’s Purse Provides Critical Relief to Isolated Coastal Villages in Mozambique

Multiple Missions Agencies Flood Mozambique with Relief

MOZAMBIQUE – After Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe were pummeled with winds up to 170 mph by Cyclone Idai in mid-March, a Red Cross worker described the damage as “massive and horrifying.” As is almost always the case following large-scale hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons, the countries are suffering massive flooding. According to Missionary Aviation Fellowship (MAF),… Continue reading Multiple Missions Agencies Flood Mozambique with Relief

World Help Sends Emergency Aid Following Cyclone Disaster in Zimbabwe

FOREST, VA — Following the March 17 devastation left by Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe, humanitarian organization World Help has launched an emergency aid response for victims of the disaster. The cyclone, which had recently torn across Mozambique with 100-plus mph winds, hit Zimbabwe with devastating force, dumping torrential floodwaters and causing deadly landslides. Roads were… Continue reading World Help Sends Emergency Aid Following Cyclone Disaster in Zimbabwe

After the Disaster – Resettling the Refugees

MYITKYINA, Myanmar – Crises like floods, famine, earthquakes, and war make great headlines, followed only by stories of relief efforts. Reporters move from one crisis to the next drawing our attention with them. We tend to forget about the aftermath that usually lasts much longer than the crises themselves. The refugees running from crisis endure… Continue reading After the Disaster – Resettling the Refugees

World Help Launches Food and Relief to Aid Starving Families in Yemen

FOREST, VA — For nearly four years, Yemen has been embroiled in a civil war that has led to one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises and famines. World Help is one of the humanitarian groups responding to this crisis. Working with local partners, the organization is providing food and emergency supplies to Yemeni families.… Continue reading World Help Launches Food and Relief to Aid Starving Families in Yemen

Gospel for Asia: 10 NGOs Providing Relief to Kerala Flooding Victims

A volunteer doctor at a health camp gives a check up to a victim of the Kerala flood.

The southern Indian state of Kerala was hit with severe rainstorms in August 2018, resulting in devastating floods. Thousands were driven from their homes. Hundreds lost their lives. Since the beginning, charities and NGOs have been at the forefront, running flood relief camps, donating resources, and raising money. The return to normalcy is still ongoing.… Continue reading Gospel for Asia: 10 NGOs Providing Relief to Kerala Flooding Victims

World Help Activates Crisis Response Program to Help Indonesia’s Disaster Victims

FOREST, Va. — Christian humanitarian organization World Help has activated its crisis response program to provide relief to victims of Indonesia’s deadly earthquake and tsunami. This past weekend, the Southeast Asian island nation was rocked by a 7.5 magnitude earthquake, which triggered a massive tsunami that swept over the city of Palu. The twin disaster has left at… Continue reading World Help Activates Crisis Response Program to Help Indonesia’s Disaster Victims

GFA-supported Relief Help Needed More Than Ever as Drought, Earthworm Crises Follow Kerala Flooding

A GFA-supported pastor and church members distribute supplies to families affected by severe flooding and a subsequent drought in Kerala state.

Supplies, encouragement and relief-camp-wedding meal remind flood victims that ‘God has not forgotten you’ WILLS POINT, Texas — With thousands still reeling from the impact of historic flooding, a second major crisis drying up wells and killing helpful earthworms has heightened the need for GFA’s (Gospel for Asia, www.gfa.org) ongoing relief help in India’s Kerala… Continue reading GFA-supported Relief Help Needed More Than Ever as Drought, Earthworm Crises Follow Kerala Flooding

6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Is Latest Disaster to Hit Japan this Summer

HOKKAIDO – While the monsoon and flooding in the Kerala state of India have received their share of attention in recent weeks, Japan has suffered a string of natural disasters, one following another, all summer long. The latest crisis is the damage done by a 6.7 magnitude earthquake that hit the island of Hokkaido early… Continue reading 6.7 Magnitude Earthquake Is Latest Disaster to Hit Japan this Summer

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GFA Makes ‘Loaves and Fishes’ Appeal for Help in Kerala State Flood Relief Efforts

Desperate need inspires sacrificial giving, as GFA-supported teams work through night to assist relief efforts of government officials ready emergency supplies WILLS POINT, Texas — Gospel for Asia (GFA, www.gfa.org) has issued a “loaves and fishes” appeal for support in bringing help and hope to some of the tens of thousands devastated by historic flooding… Continue reading GFA Makes ‘Loaves and Fishes’ Appeal for Help in Kerala State Flood Relief Efforts

Handicrafts, Donation Boxes Aid Flood Relief

As flood relief efforts continually take place in Kerala, India, GFA-supported workers serving in various locations are raising funds for their brothers and sisters in immediate need. “When I heard the flood situation of Kerala, I felt very sad and immediately visited the mission fields to make contribution for Kerala relief work,” GFA-supported pastor Jai… Continue reading Handicrafts, Donation Boxes Aid Flood Relief

GFA-supported Workers Help Government Prepare, Sort Relief Kits for 14,000 Families

As the flood survivors of Kerala, India, recover from the devastation caused by the massive flooding, Gospel for Asia-supported workers continue to diligently serve those in need. Congregations led by GFA-supported pastors are stepping in to help in various ways. A Women’s Fellowship located in one of the hardest hit places of Kerala helped clean… Continue reading GFA-supported Workers Help Government Prepare, Sort Relief Kits for 14,000 Families

Impoverished Community Gives Resources to Aid Ongoing Relief Work in Kerala

After hearing of monsoon rains ravaging the southern Indian state of Kerala and of the floodwaters that were destroying paddy fields and homes and claiming lives, GFA-supported pastor Jacob, living in Northeast India, immediately mobilized the national workers in his region to help. Although the disaster was thousands of miles away, compassion for those experiencing… Continue reading Impoverished Community Gives Resources to Aid Ongoing Relief Work in Kerala

Bridge of Hope Staff Steps in to Aid Kerala’s Flood-Relief Efforts

A flooded GFA-supported Bridge of Hope center in Kerala.

Along with many heroic efforts from the armed forces, various rescue teams, fishermen and locals serving as guides to the more remote areas in Kerala, India, GFA-supported Bridge of Hope staff members have stepped in to help families and children after the terrible monsoon flooding. Approximately 191 enrolled students in Bridge of Hope centers in Kerala… Continue reading Bridge of Hope Staff Steps in to Aid Kerala’s Flood-Relief Efforts

Gospel for Asia: Rescue Teams Continue Constant Relief Work as Rains Subside in Kerala, India

Kerala, India, experienced flooding due to monsoon rains that have not been seen or experienced since 1924.

The heavy rains have mostly subsided in Kerala, India, and now, the red alert has been lifted in all 14 districts. Even though the rains have stopped in most parts of Kerala, ongoing rescue operations continue, saving those who are stranded. GFA-supported relief teams have been hard at work, caring for the needy and suffering who… Continue reading Gospel for Asia: Rescue Teams Continue Constant Relief Work as Rains Subside in Kerala, India

KP Yohannan Relief Team Links with Temple Leaders to Help Flood-Hit Buddhist Community

GFA (Gospel for Asia) leader Dr. KP Yohannan assists in ‘great act of kindness’ supply distributions in wake of severe flooding in Sri Lanka. WILLS POINT, Texas—Gospel for Asia-supported (GFA) workers worked alongside Buddhist priests to bring relief to some of those worst hit by the severe flooding that left thousands of Sri Lankans in… Continue reading KP Yohannan Relief Team Links with Temple Leaders to Help Flood-Hit Buddhist Community

Gospel for Asia Provides 580 Relief Packets in Sri Lanka; Cleans Wells

Photo by Indian Navy In late May, Sri Lanka monsoon rains began and soon after that, flooding and landslides. Many villages were set off from relief teams being able to come in. In one village, the villagers told The Guardian, “‘All access to our village is cut off. A landslide took place inside the village and… Continue reading Gospel for Asia Provides 580 Relief Packets in Sri Lanka; Cleans Wells

Beirut Blast Anniversary Prompts Request for Prayer

BEIRUT, LEBANON – On the one year anniversary of the devastating Beirut blast explosion, thousands of people are still homeless and the crisis is growing. Shortages of water, electricity, and medicine plus a financial free-fall are turning Lebanon into what some are calling a “failed state”. In the midst of the crisis, the Christian satellite… Continue reading Beirut Blast Anniversary Prompts Request for Prayer

Showing God’s Love to Flood Victims in Michigan

MICHIGAN – Eleni Zoyiopoulos is 81 years old and she left Greece many years ago to make her home in the United States. Eleni and her husband were restaurant servers and did whatever was needed in order to provide for themselves and their children. But after recent catastrophic flooding hit the greater Detroit area, nearly… Continue reading Showing God’s Love to Flood Victims in Michigan

Serving the Mississippi Delta in Jesus’ Name

MISSISSIPPI – Samaritan’s Purse quickly responded after major flooding hit Desha County, Arkansas, and Bolivar County, Mississippi. More than 20 inches of rain fell in some areas. Some homeowners had to evacuate, and others were rescued by boat. Volunteers worked hard, serving for weeks in both of these states, bringing physical relief and spiritual encouragement… Continue reading Serving the Mississippi Delta in Jesus’ Name

Open Doors Revisits Nigerian Widow Rose

NIGERIA – Last summer, Open Doors shared the story of Rose from Nigeria. Her husband, a pastor, had been murdered by Fulani militants. Their partners recently visited her again and she told them, despite her troubles: “The Lord has not forsaken me.” When Open Doors met Rose in June 2020, we found a woman who… Continue reading Open Doors Revisits Nigerian Widow Rose

Providing New Beginnings in Mississippi

MOUND BAYOU, MISSISSIPPI — Christine Daughrity watched helplessly as the floodwaters gathered and rose around her Mound Bayou, Mississippi, home following days of heavy rain in the Delta. Then her son noticed that the water had seeped into their living room and kitchen. Christine cut the power and called 911 in desperate need of assistance.… Continue reading Providing New Beginnings in Mississippi

Grieving with Gospel to Haiti

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HAITI – The Bible teaches us to rejoice with those who rejoice and to mourn with those who mourn. Today is a day to mourn with Christian friends at Gospel to Haiti, where their mission is “Reaching the lost in the mountains of Haiti through medicine and building relationships.” Mourning Together Just a few days… Continue reading Grieving with Gospel to Haiti