Relief: Help for Those in Need

What happens to a community in poverty when disaster strikes? We often think of poverty as a combination of a few passive forces that hold back a community’s ability to be more like the Kingdom of God and pursue human flourishing. It can be experiencing hunger and a lack of job opportunities, basic education, clean…

For many, the last year has been a time of spiritual crises. We are watching the world as we know it changes irrevocably. We are seeing suffering both at the hands of the disease and in the reactions to it. We’ve heard stories of hospitals overrun, day laborers driven to starvation for lack of work,…

Recently we received a testimony of a change of heart from our Mission ONE partners: In East Africa, a woman who has worked with our partners had been trying to get her husband and children to come to church and learn about Jesus. But they never wanted anything to do with the church. When the…

The devastation that has ripped through Lebanon over the course of recent years is hard to encapsulate in a single story. It’s multi-faceted and far-reaching. From the influx of Syrian refugees to the explosion in Beirut’s largest port to Covid-19 which has not only forced a medical crisis, but also an economic one, this region…

In this world, we’re very accustomed to getting the things we want quickly. Sometimes immediately. Success or even satisfaction that is forecasted to take a long time is often met with resistance. But our Mission ONE partner’s 12-year commitment to “The Cave People” of Nepal is a testament to not only patience but the power…

All over the world, our Mission ONE partners are experiencing life in the age of Covid. Not one member has been unaffected by the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns. In some cases, partners have seen job loss, while in others, hunger and disparity. As the world has reeled, millions have been left destitute, particularly in parts…

In August of 2020 Beirut, Lebanon suffered a devastating explosion in a major port that left 6,500 injured, 300,000 homeless, and nearly $15 million in property damaged. As the whole world reeled in the wake of Covid-19, the immediate devastation to Beirut called for directed attention to the problem. Our partners answered that call with…

In Kenya, our partners are reporting on the operations of KenSud Medical Mission’s experiences during Covid-19. Workers have found ways to treat and share the word of God to patients even while social distancing.

For many, the difficulties of this year have called into question a lot of previously held beliefs. 2020 has been a time of awakening as much as it has been a time of concern.

In Kenya, the Massai people have traditionally worshipped tribal deities. Courage and strength have been held in the highest regard amidst their volatile terrain. Recently though, one of our partners has been building a relationship with a tribal leader. Up until now, there has been a great deal of resistance to Jesus’ teachings. Entrenched in…

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