There are many things to notice in this picture, but perhaps what stands out are the things you wouldn’t normally notice.
Names are important. They have power. They define us. They’re more than a bunch of letters grouped together to sound pleasant to the ear. Names are more than a convenience allowing us to talk to each other. Names are a gift from God. They contain His power. They define things. They define us.
You, the sponsor of a child living in poverty, are a hero. And you may not feel like a hero, but you are one.
In this chapel message, Jim Rankin, founder of Adventures in Truth, shares about his ministry in Ethiopia and the importance of Ethiopia in scripture.
Drink water and suffer diarrhea, don’t drink water and develop bladder stones. It’s a Catch-22 in desperate need of a solution.
Our partnership with the local churches helps stand in the gap for community needs that government programs have not been able to meet.
Children all around the world have dreams about their futures. We asked some of the children in our program what they want to be when they grow up.
Enock always shares with his siblings that he is the one who will take over from his father as breadwinner. He says that he always feels uncomfortable when he sees his mom crying when there is nothing at home for them to eat.
I’ve taken many calls from sponsors about their children’s pictures. “Why is my child wearing such nice clothing?” “Why is my child not smiling?” “My child’s newest picture doesn’t look like my child. Why?”