Jonah and the whale. Daniel and the lion’s den. Esther saving her people. David facing Goliath. These are all beloved Bible stories for children and are guaranteed to come up when you ask a Sunday school class what their favorite stories are. One story you would not expect to be a 13-year-old’s favorite is the story of Job and his suffering. But for Abel, there was deep meaning in Job’s story.Continue Reading ›
In many impoverished communities, menstruation is a stigmatized issue shrouded in silence, secrecy and shame. Here are just three personal and societal aspects of life that are restricted when menstruation becomes unmentionable.Continue Reading ›
Here are three ways child sponsorship becomes more important than ever during a health crisis such as COVID-19.
I’ve told very few people about my REAL most embarrassing moment. But it’s something that girls in poverty around the world have to face every day.
When you sponsor a child, they are helped in many different ways. Learn how sponsorship helps children develop physically.
Young women around the world are affected by what’s referred to as period poverty. Being unable to afford feminine hygiene products can lead to serious problems for these girls. But this community in Uganda is combatting period poverty – even the men are getting involved to support their wives and daughters!
There’s no one way to approach physical needs in the diverse landscape and communities in the developing world. Each child, family, community and environment faces different health challenges. That’s why our local church partners are empowered to address health and physical wellness the best way they see fit with health education curriculum and your and our support.
Children registered in our program in Peru are taught good health practices according to age group as well as location.
What are Complementary Interventions? How do Complementary Interventions help children living in the developing world?