A new community center and school in Lebanon becomes a refuge to the delight of many local children.
Remodeling a building into a community center and school would be an incredible task, but to accomplish this in just a few months might require a miracle. However, World Challenge partners in Lebanon were determined to do just that so they could receive 300 new students.
Out of desperation, one little girl cried out to God to heal her father and her family.
Walking down a dusty sunbeaten road outside of Fortaleza, you might not realize that you’re only a half an hour drive from those gorgeous white beaches where the world’s top athletes played volleyball in the 2016 Olympics.
A heart for mission leaders in the United States has led World Challenge leaders to craft new ways to help.
When people talk about aid or nonprofits, usually the discussion is aimed at foreign disaster relief, feeding malnourished children or medical aid for epidemics. Only rarely do people think of the United States as the recipient of aid programs.
God is providing for church planters in Northern Cambodia through some of the most unusual and marvelous means.
“Creator God,” Daly prayed, “please bless us with meat for our younger brother’s birthday. We have so little, but you give us everything we need day by day, and—”
A piercing scream stopped her cold.
God is awakening believers in Haiti to new ways that he wants to renovate their lives and work.
Flying over Cap-Haïtien on one of Haiti’s breathlessly clear days reveals lush green mountain tops that effortlessly roll down into golden coastlines and gem-like tropical waters. At first glance, one would think this must be paradise.
However, the scene on the ground is a very different view.
One man’s terrible illness becomes a story of hope to his entire village.
According to an international survey and study organization, “Diseases due to poor drinking-water access, unimproved sanitation, and poor hygiene practices cause 4.0 percent of all deaths and 5.7 percent of all disability or ill health in the world.”