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A Parent’s Caretaker…As a Child

Rachel Chimits
March 10, 2020

One sweet little girl came to World Challenge’s partners after having endured terrible and unusual circumstances at home.

Most children don’t expect their parents to start needing help and care until well into their golden years.

The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College found that the vast majority of adult children don’t begin providing care for their parents until they’re well into their own 60s and 70s.

On the Trellis of Community

Rachel Chimits
February 27, 2020

Despite the tragedy surrounding them, believers in the Congo church are discipling and developing their younger members.

In Romans, Paul wrote with fervor and great detail about how believers ought to care for one another as part of our service to God.

The Tale of the Prodigal Mother

Rachel Chimits
February 20, 2020

World Challenge’s team in Burundi is working to help estranged families reconnect to one another and grow in a relationship with God.

Sam was first seen near Ngozi’s marketplace. Some of the market’s venders reported a very small child crying desperately, huddled near a sewage disposal channel.

A Place to Learn and Worship

Rachel Chimits
February 18, 2020

World Challenge’s partners are working with Nicaraguan coffee farms to bring them hope for a new future as well as a new church.

People may joke about coffee being their lifeblood, but for many Nicaraguans, that saying comes all too close to the truth for very different reasons.