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Thousands Flee ISIS

Thousands Flee ISIS

Today we were very close to where Jonah of old preached within the city limits of Nineveh. Those awaiting their parcels of rice, flour, sugar, and oil stood in a quiet and orderly fashion as more folks appeared from broken places of refuge. The faces were kind but accented with fear, struggle, and need.

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2017 Seed Project

2017 Seed Project

Quality seeds help needy families put food on the table From all over Ukraine, churches are calling CAM, asking for garden seeds to pass on to their members. “We have requests from 2,000 churches,” reports Dave Ropp, our distribution director in Ukraine. Dave will...

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Sponsor-A-Bible-Lesson

Sponsor-A-Bible-Lesson

“The Bible course I am studying is wonderful,” Laura Seftiuc wrote from Romania. “It explains things I have never heard of until now.” Laura grew up with a father who was an atheist, and a mother who believed there was a God but never spoke of Him. “For me everything...

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“We Did Not Think She Would Live”

“We Did Not Think She Would Live”

"My friend who gave birth to twins just a few days ago has died! The babies are crying and crying, and there’s no food for them!” Unfortunately this frantic call that came to our office in Liberia is not uncommon for our staff. Not in a country where nearly 40 percent...

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Kits and Bundles Bring Joy

Kits and Bundles Bring Joy

If you are a mother, you know how special it is to dress your newborn in soft new baby clothes and blankets. Mothers all over the world feel the same way, but many are not able to afford these items. They are delighted to receive a layette bundle with new sleepers,...

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Disaster Response Services

Disaster Response Services

When torrential rains caused the Blanco River in San Marcos, Texas, to rise, many businesses and homes flooded. One of these homes belonged to Charles and Mildred (pictured above). In the months that followed, Disaster Response volunteers helped build a new house for...

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