Survival itself is difficult in Liberia, and especially so for the blind. Desperate, these unseeing people spend their days on the streets begging. They plead for money to buy food and to send their children to school. “Most of their children go to school in the afternoon so they can spend the mornings helping their… Read more
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Beautiful greenery is slowly replacing some of the brown, barren hillsides of Haiti. The trees that they chopped down years ago for a quick cash crop of charcoal had left the Haiti’s landscape barren and prone to soil erosion. Now, small trees from CAM’s nursery in La Source, Haiti, are gradually changing some barren hillsides… Read more
Liberia has some of the worst health statistics in the world. One in ten children dies before his/her fifth birthday. Diseases like pneumonia and malaria claim lives daily. Some people even die from minor sicknesses like diarrhea or the flu. Sadly, the leading causes of death are often preventable. But for the average person who… Read more
Courtney admitted she was not a Christian, but told our phone team member, “I want to meet God in peace.” She was grateful for the truth our member shared.
Issa was homeless and in poor health. “Issa’s Supermarket.” has helped change him from someone who had to ask people for money, to being self-supporting.
Scott noticed our Gospel billboards and called to hear more about truth. He studied the Bible,but he never believed it was the truth and the Word of God
Landon had no Bible, so we sent a Bible, with other literature including the tract, Born Again—What Does It Mean? and the audiobook, Greasy the Robber.
For these schoolchildren from a Kenyan slum, owning a book is a rare treat. We hope the books they took home will influence them for life.
My dad is building a house for us, but we cannot finish it until we have more money. My parents say the seeds CAM gave us are a blessing from the Lord!
Lindsay’s father was very abusive and a hardened atheist. Recently, Lindsay tried to share her Christian faith with her father who is now on his deathbed.
Momoh was born handicapped and crawling was the only way he got around. Momoh’s father died before he was born. His mother abandoned him at age three.
Leprosy affects your nerves. When you walk over glass, stick your hand in hot water, or scrape off their skin, people with leprosy can’t feel any pain.
Venezuela, once one of the richest countries in South America, has plummeted into a deep economic crisis. Pray for the suffering Venezuelans.
This strategically placed billboard stands at the onset of a row of immoral and evil businesses, on Route 322 from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Mozambique is reeling in the wake of devastating Cyclone Idai. This storm struck the southern coast of Africa last week.