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As we see the direction the United States is taking, the need to spread the Gospel message across America is becoming more and more urgent.

Economic turmoil in Eastern Europe and the Middle East has left many fathers struggling to support their families. Those with large families or disabled children find it especially hard to supply even the day-to-day necessities. The Adopt-A-Family (AAF) program provides food parcels for needy ...

Nearly two thousand language groups exist without any portion of the Bible. Many people go through life without the opportunity to obtain or read a copy of the Bible, because the Bible has never been translated into their language. The heart of God beats with desire for these unreached people ...

CAM's Billboard Evangelism (BBE) program helps point America to Christ by posting clear Gospel messages along interstates and major highways. It is estimated that more than four million people drive past our  messages each day.

Thousands of years after it was written, the world’s best-selling books is in high demand! In 2013, for the first time ever, CAM provided more than 1 million Bibles to people around the world. Almost all of these Bibles, approximately 1,971,078, went to people in countries where it is difficult to ...

In many countries, churches and individuals have little access to sound Christian literature. Through the Christian Family Magazines (CFM) program, CAM translates, prints, and distributes The Seed of Truth and funds the printing of the Antorcha de la Verdad magazines. CAM’s goal for these ...

The Christian Martyrs Fund (CMF) sponsors approximately 629 pastors and Christian workers (and/or their families) who were crippled or disabled by their persecution experiences. This program provides funds for recipients to buy food, clothing, and other necessities.

When CAM establishes bases in other countries, we feel the need to have a church nearby that is in accordance with our beliefs and convictions. It benefits our field staff and opens spiritual opportunities in the community.

Each year, CAM’s Clothing Bundle Project (CBP) ships several million pounds of quality used clothing and footwear and thousands of cozy comforters to families in various parts of the world. The items, donated by generous supporters in the United States, bring joy and relief to people who ...

Situated in the heart of the Middle East, Syria was a religiously diverse country of about 21 million people before the war began. Approximately 74% of the population was Sunni Muslim while 13% of the people belonged to various minority Islamic sects. Approximately 10% of the population belonged ...

The Conservative Anabaptist Service Program (CASP) operates under Christian Aid Ministries through an agreement with the U.S. Selective Service System.

CAM’s Disaster Response Services (DRS) program coordinates volunteers to rebuild homes in areas of the United States affected by disasters. Hundreds of volunteers have donated thousands of hours serving in communities crippled by floods, hurricanes, fires, or tornadoes.

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday, April 25. The confirmed death toll stands above 8,000. The quake’s epicenter was in Nepal, but it also took lives in China and India. Rescuers and family members continue to dig through rubble to look for survivors. This earthquake has put ...

The largest epidemic of Ebola in recorded history continues to spread across West Africa. More than 7,000 people have died of Ebola since its outbreak in March 2014, according to the World Health Organization. Though case numbers are now beginning to stabilize, disease transmission is still ...

Helping selected Christian families support themselves, rather than depend on material aid, is an important goal to CAM. The Family-Self-Support (FSS) program provides funds for families to buy a plot of land, horse and wagon, cow, greenhouse, tools and equipment, or other resources to help them ...

The Favorite Stories from the Bible program makes it possible for thousands of people to read the Gospel message through Bible story books. Every year supporters provide the funds to print and distribute millions of copies of the 101 Favorite Stories from the Bible and the condensed version, 25 ...

Since the civil war in Syria began in 2011, hundreds of thousands have died, and millions have been forced to flee their homes. These refugees gather in meager refugee camps, struggling to provide food, shelter, and clothing for their families. Winter storms sweeping the Middle East leave many ...

Israeli-Palestinian tensions have once again reached a boiling point and spilled over into a new round of violence between Israel and the Hamas leadership in the Gaza Strip. This confrontation was brought on by a variety of factors including . . .

Each year, millions of dollars’ worth of free medicines, liquid nutrition, soap, food, and other products are available to CAM. Through the Gifts-That-Grow (GTG) program, CAM is able to accept these valuable, free items and pass them on to thousands of needy people.

Most of the trees in Haiti have been cut down over the years causing huge problems for this impoverished country. People use the wood from the trees to make charcoal which they sell as a cash crop. But with few trees left to hold the soil in place, the rains that come hard and fast during rainy ...

In an effort to promote sound Biblical teaching to pastors, teachers, and other church leaders in Haiti, CAM has developed the Haiti Biblical Discipleship Center. This Bible school, located on the CAM compound in Titanyen, offers two 3-week classes entitled Biblical Foundation and New Life and ...

In countries such as Haiti, Liberia, Romania, and Nicaragua, thousands of elderly people have no one to care for them. Some beg on the streets or try to sell something for food. As their health fails they often must choose between buying medicine or food. 

In many cultures, people with special needs are pushed aside. Families struggling in poverty and hardship often do not want to be bothered with caring for the handicapped.

Haiti's government provides little free schooling, and many parents cannot afford sending their children to school. A $65 donation provides five students for one month with textbooks, school supplies, and a warm meal each school day. For the teachers, it provides Biblical training and subsidized ...

Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, is facing a humanitarian crisis. Violent attacks by the Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram, have caused 1.7 million people to flee their homes. Thousands have been killed.

The International Crisis Program helps victims of war, famine, and natural disasters around the world. Supporters’ donations provide emergency relief items such as food, medicine, clothing, and shelter. Sometimes they are used to rebuild homes. CAM’s main priority in all International Crisis ...

A $45 donation provides a 35-pound or larger parcel containing food, healthcare items, and some Christian literature for families and individuals in desperate need. CAM provides thousands of International-Feed-A-Family (IFAF) parcels for recipients in Haiti and Liberia.

Many children in Liberia, West Africa, are unable to go to school. Almost one-third of Liberia’s three million people cannot read or write. Parents want their children to receive a good education, but there are few schools to attend and the quality of education in many of the schools is poor. Even ...

Jericho Road Program in Suceava, Romania, reaches out to street children, widows, aged people, and school children who have been “left by the wayside.” This program ministers mostly to Gypsy people.

The war and violence that have gripped a large swath of the Middle East have forced millions of people to flee from their homes in Syria, Iraq and Gaza. In Iraq, the takeover of the vicious terrorist group, ISIS, has left thousands homeless, unsure what the future holds for them. In Syria’s ...

More than 400 medical outlets receive donated medicines through the Medicines-for-Multitudes (MFM) program. These outlets include clinics, hospitals, church pharmacies, orphanages, and prisons in parts of the world where access to medical supplies and medicine is limited. Suffering ...

This program helps to provide aid for needy people in the Middle East.

The Nathaniel Farm in Suceava, Romania, provides free quality milk to needy families, orphanages, and hospitals. Every $3 designated for this program helps produce, process, and distribute one gallon of milk. The farm donates fresh milk to 20 orphanages, 4 churches, and 7 hospitals on a weekly ...

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the western hemisphere. Eighty percent of the population earns only $2-$3 a day. CAM’s Nicaragua-Adopt-A-Family (NAAF) program helps 750 families each month. A $55 donation provides one family with a 45-pound or larger parcel of food (rice, ...

Project Baby Moses is a program designed to save the lives of unborn children. By helping to provide financial support and counsel to expectant mothers contemplating abortion, this program is saving lives, one child at a time.

With about 2.3 million people incarcerated, the United States has the highest prison population in the world. Many inmates live in frustration, anger, and loneliness because of a God-shaped void in their hearts. However, their time in prison usually makes them more willing to think seriously about ...

CAM’s Rapid Response teams are designed to move into a community within twenty-four hours after a disaster strikes. They investigate damages and then bring cleanup volunteers into the area within forty-eight hours or less. Volunteers help cut up trees, install tarps on damaged roofs, and do other ...

Helping people help themselves CAM's SALT (Shared Accountability Lending & Teaching) Microfinance program is designed to help people in developing countries who struggle with chronic poverty. The program provides Bible-based business training, small loans, savings-led programs, and ...

CAM’s Sponsor-A-Bible-Lesson (SAB) program provides Lamp & Light Bible correspondence courses to people in Liberia and Romania. Thousands of students in Liberia and Romania have been enrolled in the program. 

Save-A-Life! (SAL) was started out of a growing concern for the number of children suffering and dying daily from malnutrition. The program provides liquid nutrition, infant formula, special medicines, and other products that can help save lives. Generous companies usually donate the products, and ...

Each year, CAM’s Seed Project (SP) provides tons of quality seeds to needy people in Liberia, Kenya, Eastern Europe, Haiti, and Nicaragua. In Liberia, we often give agricultural tools along with the seeds for needy farmers. CAM’s goal for the Seed Project is to help people provide for their ...

For families who cannot afford to buy clothing, CAM’s sewing centers are a tremendous blessing. Many women have learned to sew at the centers and are thankful to be able to provide for the practical needs of their families. The centers, located in Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, and Nicaragua, are ...

If you would like to cover the cost of shipping your kits or layette bundles, you can send a gift of $2.50 for each kit/bundle

CAM’s Special-Needs-Fund (SNF) helps needy people with crises such as house fires and medical needs. The poor spend most of their income on food and other day-to-day expenses. They have nothing to fall back on when they face medical emergencies requiring expensive procedures, and, as a result, ...

CAM’s Sponsor-an-Orphan (SAO) program provides for the needs of orphaned, destitute, or abandoned children in Liberia, Kenya, India, Nepal, and Haiti. A donation of $49 supports one child for a month and provides food, clothing, medicines, and Christian literature. It also covers some ...

Orphaned and abandoned children find a place of refuge and security at Strong Tower Children's Home in El Salvador.

 As parents struggle to provide food, clothing, and shelter for their children, four out of five Syrian refugee children in Lebanon are missing school.  The Sponsor-A-Refugee-Child program gives these school-age refugees access to education that could affect their entire lives. $50 ...

The Support-A-Widow (SAW)  program provides food parcels for needy widows, widowers, and abandoned wives. A donation of $59 provides a 35-pound or larger parcel of food and healthcare items, a copy of the Seed of Truth magazine, and $10 cash or equivalent in food items where cash is ...

The average cost of a full-color 25 Favorite Stories from the Bible is about 20 cents. Each dollar helps introduce at least five people to the Good News—most likely for the very first time!

In North America, we have access to plenty of good Biblical teaching. In many countries, however, Christians don't have this opportunity.

The militant group known as the Islamic State tightened its grip on northern Iraq in the past week, gaining control of new territory and causing thousands to leave their homes. Not content to control the cities they had taken over in mid-June, the Islamic State invaded multiple villages throughout ...

Fear of the future. Worrisome memories of communist days. Instability. Confusion. Violence. This is the new normal in the country of Ukraine.

Needy people in Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine struggle to pay their heating bills or buy fuel to heat their houses during the cold winter months. The Warm-A-Family (WAF) program provides stoves and/or funds to buy firewood and pay heating bills, usually for large families and some small or ...

In many parts of the world, the average household does not have water flowing freely from a spigot. People resort to using river water or stagnant pond water, which can result in life-threatening diseases. CAM supplies funds to dig wells or provide other fresh, clean water sources for people in ...

The Where-Needed-Most (WNM) program is our general support category. Funds specified for Where-Needed-Most are used in CAM aid programs and for general administration and fundraising expenses. This is a great category for those who wish to give, but are not sure which programs to support.

Vanuatu, a nation of islands off the coast of Australia, was devastated by a category 5 tropical storm on Saturday, March 14. Cyclone Pam is the worst natural disaster Vanuatu has experienced. Power lines are down, scores of villages are flattened, and roads are closed. Contact with the ...