A 10-year-old’s insistence on forgiveness, not hate, has impressed both Christians and Muslims across the Middle East and viewers around the world.
Archives for March 2015
A group of seven Facebook friends accustomed to organizing community and charity events through social media alone pulled off their greatest charitable act yet: collecting 200 tons of supplies for flood victims in Malaysia.
The South Sudan Democratic Army released an unprecedented 250 child soldiers to the Unicef and the United Nations.
A Christian satellite television ministry with programs in Arabic exclusively for children in the Middle East and North Africa has created a virtual school that will allow children of displaced refugee families in Syria and Iraq like Myriam to resume their education.
Our goal is to share the news of Russia’s abandoned children with 100,000 more listeners. Every $1 raised shares the Russian Orphan Crisis with 2 Christian Families in Russia, urging them to commit to adopting or fostering a child.
Mr. Tanaka wrote into our Japan office, depressed and doubting God’s existence…
In the third grade, Masha’s mother lost custody of her children, and Masha and her sister ended up in an orphanage. All of a sudden they were abandoned and alone. One day, a man came to the orphanage and told the orphans they had a heavenly Father who loved them…
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The orphanage system in Russia is broken. Of the children who leave Russian orphanages: 40% go into drug addiction, 40% go into prison, and 10% commit suicide. Yet, Christians in Russia are helping to change these statistics.
Shocking truth: today there are more orphans on the streets of Russia than there were after WWII.