A massive explosion rocked Beirut on August 4, 2020, leveling homes and businesses. The explosion in Lebanon’s capital was devastating, but now our partners there are seeing how opportunities are opening up to serve their community.
We call the Christian life a ‘walk’. But, why? Our life in this present world can feel as though we are wandering through the wilderness on foot like the children of Israel. But, what if the walk itself was God’s means to still our hearts to hear him? Our failings and missteps can be the very thing that causes us to hear his wooing and act on his direction.
In our latest installment of Around the World, World Challenge gives you a look inside the missions work taking place across the earth.
Complete powerlessness is one of the worst, most traumatizing human experiences. Could our recovery rest in the knowledge of God’s love for us?
God has graciously provided homes, food and care for many widows and the forgotten through our partners' faithful prayers and giving. We would love to introduce you to three of them.
Could you survive on $70 a month? This is the reality for much of the Roma community, the most vulnerable people group in Europe. One woman, a single mother of three, had nothing but a small shack on the side of the river. But while she was in the hospital, her home was raided, and her situation went from bad to worse. Learn more about Dorina and how World Challenge partners came alongside her family to provide hope.
Education is a low priority in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. As a result, the local school was in disarray. World Challenge has been partnering with Metanoia Missions to revitalize the school grounds and make strides in breaking the cycle of poverty in that area.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, violence, pillaging of natural resources, and disease threaten their land and people. The Congo is now dealing with the second biggest outbreak of Ebola ever. Thousands are ill and dying; instability and violence make it difficult to treat.
One tactic of the enemy is to take out the leader and scatter the flock. Your pastor needs you...how can you be a lifeline?