Relentless! Is probably the best word to describe war-torn Yemen. At times there is hope as leaders gather at the table to discuss peace plans.
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Millie was a young atheist with many questions. Fearful of hell, she was seeking for the right religion. One day while driving down the road and pondering these troubling thoughts, Millie spotted a Gospel message on a billboard that said, Where are you going? heaven or hell. She felt in her heart that this message… Read more
In a cocoon of blankets lay the tiniest Liberian baby one of our staff members had ever held. Mercy scarcely tipped the scale over three and a half pounds.
Their goal is to learn to know the people and their language so they are equipped to translate the Bible and establish a church.
Joe bought a farm for $100,000. Since the fair market value of Joe’s farm has increased to $700,000, he is facing large capital gains tax liability.
Pray that they will see the One we represent—Jesus Christ. Thank you, supporters and volunteers, for sharing God’s love with others in times of hardship.
As Liberia’s Biblical Discipleship Center unfolds, Godly leaders in Liberia testify of changed lives. Men give testimonies of stronger marriages.
Reading has the power to expose us to new ideas and change our perspectives. That is why the choice of reading material is important. But for many people around the world, sound Biblical reading material is hard to find or nonexistent. The Christian Family Magazines program provides the Seed of Truth and Antorcha magazines for… Read more
John developed a meningeal infection when he was only a day old. The infection led to paralysis and affected his speech. Because his Kenyan parents couldn’t afford therapy, John never learned to walk or talk. Each day, his mother carries him one mile to catch a taxi that takes him to school. Despite his condition,… Read more
Although Naisha’s* husband worked hard as a day laborer in Bangladesh, he struggled to provide enough income for his family’s needs. Naisha longed to help her husband in the struggle to provide. When CAM’s SALT Microfinance Solutions program offered vocational classes in Naisha’s area, she decided to join the class. Here, she learned the skill… Read more
Winters in Turkey are cold and miserable for Syrian refugees who struggle to find jobs to support their families. Some refugees arrive in Turkey with absolutely nothing but the clothes on their backs. They find themselves crowded in tiny, damp apartments with no good way to escape the bone-chilling temperatures. Many cannot afford fuel or… Read more
A smile slowly spread over Milagro’s face as he sat in his new wheelchair. Then he started making truck noises. This new gift was an obvious treasure to Milagro, a six-year-old boy from Nicaragua who has Down Syndrome. Milagro’s parents use a wheelchair to take him to church and other places, but his previous wheelchair… Read more
After the Vietnam War, an alternative service program for conscientious objectors in America was no longer in place. This was unsettling to many conservative Anabaptist church leaders. They wondered what would happen to their young men if there would be another military draft in the United States. Some concerned brethren approached CAM in 2005 with… Read more
The single mother of these six-month-old twin girls sells lemons on the street to make ends meet. Her struggle to provide leaves the twins at risk of malnutrition. As a mother who cares deeply for her babies, she brought them to our clinic in Nicaragua where CAM staff provided vitamins to help keep the twins… Read more
What will my children wear? How will we stay warm? As winter looms ahead, these troubling thoughts weigh on the minds of people who struggle to provide for their basic needs. In remote areas of Eastern Europe where CAM works, the average income for families is only $2 each day per family member. On such… Read more