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Vision Beyond Borders bring Hope to Southeast Asia

Vision Beyond Borders bring Hope to Southeast Asia

Believers are seeing hope among darkness in Southeast Asia. A Vision Beyond Borders team just got back from sharing God’s love with Burmese refugees, Nepali orphans and trafficking victims. They delivered much-needed medical supplies to refugees and built relationships with ostracized women and kids.

World Water Day: Fighting Water Crisis Around the World

World Water Day: Fighting Water Crisis Around the World

Today is World Water Day. For most of us who live in developed countries, clean water is not issue. Faucets overrun with safe water and grocery stores stock bottles of water daily. Yet this isn’t the case for everyone. Nearly 1 billion people in the world still lack access to clean water, and every 15 seconds a child dies as a result of drinking contaminated water.

Mission Group brings the Great Commission Closer to Home

Mission Group brings the Great Commission Closer to Home

As the world’s population has grown over the last half century, so too have the needs. Far Corners Missions has been answering them for 58 years with an unwavering commitment to the Gospel. But also we feed people, we provide healing through medical services, we provide rescue to those trapped in human trafficking, and we provide teaching to prepare people to live Christian lives.

Help Support a Pastor in Gaza Strip’s only Evangelical Church

Help Support a Pastor in Gaza Strip’s only Evangelical Church

You can help Gaza Baptist Church bring Pastor Massad on full-time. For the past several years, the Baptist Church has depended on church elders and members to operate in the absence of a full-time pastor. Because Rev. Hanna Massad, the church’s former pastor, wasn’t able to obtain a visa to live in Gaza with his wife, visiting preachers speak at the church when available.

Whether Karma or God’s Will, Faith Inspires to Help and Give

Whether Karma or God’s Will, Faith Inspires to Help and Give

Christians think of it as “God’s will.” Buddhists call it “karma.” Whatever the terminology, it’s about believers rolling up their sleeves to help those in need during times of natural disaster, a prominent scholar told an interview. By Joe Walker, DeseretNews, Feb. 22, 2013: Christians think of it as “God’s will.” Buddhists call it “karma.”Whatever […]

Woman Missionaries Bring Hope, Encourage Downcast Widows

Woman Missionaries Bring Hope, Encourage Downcast Widows

Women missionaries bring hope and encourage downcast widows and help them in this area find tuition for their children, as well as distribute blankets and daily necessities like clothing. With each action, believers get another opportunity to share the hope of Christ.

Jewish Hospital and Christian Group Join Forces to help Palestinian Children

Jewish Hospital and Christian Group Join Forces to help Palestinian Children

Jewish hospital will offer free medical care to Palestinian children in partnership with Christian group. A top Israeli medical center and a Christian organization that ministers to Palestinian refugees have launched a new project, “Rescue the Child,” to provide free medical care to Palestinian babies and children from the West Bank and Gaza.

Miracle Well Supplying Water for 30,000

Miracle Well Supplying Water for 30,000

Some time back, I visited a region in East Africa where the people had experienced a severe drought for several years; most of the water wells in that region were dry. Living Water International had drilled a deep well there about eight years earlier, and it was one of the few productive water wells in the entire region.

Filipino Christian Leader and Bishop Goes on to his Reward

Filipino Christian Leader and Bishop Goes on to his Reward

Bishop Fred Magbanua, a pastor, church planter, and denominational leader with wide influence in the Philippines, graduated to his heavenly reward January 21st in the Philippines.