A Christian inventor at a non-profit in Nampa, Idaho thinks he has found a way to keep children in shoes that fit – by creating shoes that grow with their feet.
Archives for April 2015
A shipment of more than 83,000 Spanish-language Bibles arrived in Cuba in late March, marking not only the first time the shipment was sent from the United States, but the largest shipment ever of Bibles to Cuba.
It’s the deadliest shipwreck ever to take place in the Mediterranean Sea. European Union officials and rescuers still don’t know exactly how many migrants died when the smuggler’s boat overturned in the Mediterranean Sea near Libya in April. Conflicting stories say anywhere from 700 to 950 were on the boat when it capsized.
A Christian Aid Network report shared the story of a wheelchair bound man who was left alone and homeless upon his release from an immigration detention center in Athens. Local church members and volunteers with Bridge, an organization that ministers directly to Syrian refugees in Athens, tirelessly searched for housing, food and skilled cared for the man.
The world has converged on the impoverished country of Nepal to assist in the aftermath of the massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that devastated the country and killed thousands on April 25th.
Militants from Al-Shabaab, an Islamist extremist group based in nearby Somalia, stormed Garissa University College in the early hours of April 2, attacking an Easter prayer service first.