“I think this is my breakthrough.” Amy commented, at the end of the call with a phone team member. She thanked God for being willing to receive her.
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A beekeeping business helps Marius, a Romanian father, earn enough to feed his family. He is thankful for the Family Self Support fund that assisted him.
The religiously unaffiliated, also known as “nones,” consist of people who describe themselves as atheist, agnostic, or “nothing in particular.”
Chicken and rice is what the children are eating today. They are all dressed up and wearing big smiles as they wait for the man to bring food.
Alexis is a 6-year-old boy he likes to play and help with chores, .However he got sick.. at first his mom was not worried about him.
Yemen has been embroiled in a horrific civil war since March 2015. Thousands of people have lost their lives, and millions are at risk of starvation.
An Iraqi refugee began to weep after receiving a layette bundle for her baby son.“Tell all the church people of America ‘thank you’ for the gifts.”
Requests for God’s Word resound around the world. Many believers long for their own copy of God’s Word. Thank you, supporters for sharing God’s Word.
Sixty-five-year-old Markus was once a successful business owner. But his livelihood was shattered when Boko Haram swept through Nigeria.
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Isaac is unable to walk. He assumes he has multiple sclerosis, but he has no way of testing to be sure. Isaac was never treated for his disease.
Disaster Response teams helped repair ninety-three-year-old Anna’s* house after Hurricane Michael swept through her neighborhood in Florida.
Receiving a pair of new shoes is not a frequent occasion for Ionatan. Ionatan’s family in Romania lives on a budget that barely covers their main expenses.
Elena’s house in Moldova needs repairs. Elena is fortunate to have a monthly income of $160 but this is not enough to meet her family’s needs.
Before I came in contact with SALT . . . I didn’t see any need to do things to keep my customers coming back,” said Emilia from Ghana, West Africa.