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.
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.
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.
The Islamic State has released a portion of the roughly 250 Assyrian Christians captured in Northern Syria.
An amateur fishing team of Mexican orphans achieved the miraculous in the aftermath of the most intense tropical cyclone to hit the Baja California peninsula in recent years.
If the guinea worm disease is eradicated this year, it will be only the second disease, after smallpox, to be completely erased from the earth.