Malawi: Feeding Joyce’s Family in Crisis

You have the ability to love and offer hope to someone you may never meet on this side of heaven. Through strategic partnerships, we are doing just that. We have had the privilege of partnering with Iris Africa who currently has 1,200 vulnerable households registered for their Iris Africa Feeding Program in Malawi. Each month, they distribute food to help these families survive. These households include the elderly, people sick with HIV/AIDs, widows, orphans, the blind and disabled. The majority of these households include grandmothers who are caring for their orphaned grandchildren. Because of the generosity of people like you, families like Joyce’s are receiving food in the midst of their desperate living situations: Joyce and her five children share a small mud-brick and … read more>>

Dominican Republic: Feeding over 1200 Families

In the Dominican Republic, 1215 families received food and hope. We sent 272,160 meals that were distributed by our partners on the ground in the Dominica Republic, including a team of 22 students from Charis Bible School in Colorado. The school group held 12 outreaches during their week there. They shared the gospel in schools, churches, feeding programs, and many poor areas around the city and in the mountains nears the north coast. More than 385 people prayed to receive Christ as their Lord during those gatherings. The food was a great blessing to all who received it. Thank you to everyone who helped make this mission possible. Donate … read more>>

Haiti: The Heart of a 102-year-old Widow

Because of people like you, this 102-year-old Christian woman in Haiti receives a box of food each month. Larosa Pretil lives in a widows' village in Haiti. Our partners, Outreach Aid to the Americas, have been providing her with food since March. Despite the fact that she very much needed this food for her own survival, she shared it with her family. By the end of the month, she was out of food and walked four hours to her daughter’s house in the hopes that she would still have some food left to share. But thanks to this continuing outreach, she now receives a box of food each month. Larosa’s old home was destroyed by the hurricane (top-left picture). She would’ve died had she not moved into her new home (right picture) before the hurricane struck. Praise God for His … read more>>

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