Imagine what it would be like to drink water from a water hole, unfit even for bathing. Until recently, this was reality for a community in Cambodia.
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The Venezuelan economy has brought suffering to millions. Many flee with little more than the clothes on their backs and struggle to obtain necessities.
The coronavirus brought much of the world to a standstill, including the land of the Bible.Bethlehem, depends heavily on tourism, has come to a sudden halt.
Deadly tornadoes began sweeping across southern United States on Easter Sunday. The storm system affected at least seven states.
Having a church near a CAM base in other countries opens spiritual opportunities in the community and benefits our field staff.
“Families need encouragement,” says a staff member in Romania. Thanks to the parcels, CAM distribution drivers have a chance to leave people with smiles.
What really is this coronavirus scare? Is it just another Y2K (where the world was afraid but not much happened), or is it a cataclysmic 9/11-type event?
The smiles of these South Sudanese men reflect their gratitude for the Bibles they received as a gift from CAM.Pray for the people of this war-torn!
Wars, hurricanes,and floods bring suffering upon thousands. In the midst of this pain are opportunities to give help and hope with the love of Christ.
The Jericho Road Program reaches out to impoverished and neglected Romanians.Most of those helped are Gypsies, who are excluded from the rest of society.
Christian Aid Ministries is attempting to help meet the demand for face masks for medical workers and others helping to respond to the COVID-19 crisis.. If you want to get involved, here are two options of masks that are being requested. Option 1: Fabric surgical face mask cover For medical use to wear over… Read more
When the SALT Agri-Plus program started in Anowora’s camp, it provided her with the opportunity to support herself and her young son.
Since Hakim,* a Syrian man, was displaced by the Middle East conflict, it is difficult for him to receive the medical help he needs.
Our staff in Nicaragua visited Javier and Gloria, who live in a lean-to building with a dirt floor. Poverty was evident all around.
The teaching Kalith* and his wife Narmeen received prompted them to begin a small business to provide for them and their two sons.