Thank you for your continued support for COVID aid distributions in India. God bless you for sharing! “I had nothing to eat and was starving,” said one recipient. “I am so grateful . . .” Following are more recent quotes from recipients. “I was worried” A 60-year-old widow said, “For the past few days, I… Read more
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In 1991 Amy sensed God telling her that she would get a new house. “When the Lord speaks, I know He will do it,” she shared with a DRS staff.
The Biblical Discipleship Center in Liberia shines a new light into the lives of men who have grown up surrounded by ungodly practices.
The increased harvest of these beans helped Laurent pay for education. Today one of his children is an engineer and another is an agronomist.
Thank you for your support as CAM seeks to help to those affected by COVID-19. Our contacts in India are distributing food and other aid.
In May, conflict erupted between Israel and Gaza, leaving behind a path of destruction and need. Tension in this region is not new.
This magazine, known as the Antorcha de la Verdad, is published by a Mennonite publisher in Costa Rica and shares God’s eternal truth.
Each year, approximately one million people die from using contaminated water. Safe water is crucial for good health and sanitation.
The family was overwhelmed with gratefulness when they received the gift of food from CAM. Their country imposed a strict response to COVID-19
In each parcel, the (Torch of Truth) magazine.Thank you supporters, for providing these parcels. They are monthly reminders of God’s goodness!
Charan is a mason and did most of the work on their house brick by brick. Unfortunately, two bedrooms remain unfinished.
Our contacts around the world report an ever-increasing demand for Scriptures. Millions of people search desperately for hope and peace.
Adrian broke into tears as he expressed thanks to sponsors for there help. “We are thankful to God for what we have. God bless those people.”
As India’s COVID crisis rages on, many of the people that we don’t hear about in the news are the marginalized, the poorest, and others.
Despite adequate resources, farmers often lack the knowledge and training for reviving fields to raise crops to provide for their families.