International Crisis Program

CAM desires to be a channel of hope and encouragement to crisis victims around the world. This program provides food, medicine, clothing, shelter, and other aid to those suffering from famine, war, and natural disasters.




Recent projects

Yemen – The Suffering Intensifies

The people of Yemen have suffered tremendously the past three years because of civil war. Now they face even more hardship as the war reaches new levels of intensity since the assassination of Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Tuesday. Yemen was already...

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Moments of Hope in the Mosul Aftermath

All of us have those moments that we will always remember. Experiences that impact us, that reach way down inside and grab a hold of us, and don’t let go. They change us, they color the way we see the world, they motivate us, they inspire us. Most of these experiences...

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Deadly Earthquake in Mexico

A powerful earthquake struck southern Mexico late Thursday night, toppling large buildings and leaving dozens dead. The epictenter of this 8.1 magnitude quake was near the states of Chiapas and Oaxaca. This region is one of the most impoverished areas of Mexico. The...

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Cyclone Opens Doors to Closed Region

A powerful cyclone recently tore through a region of Asia, destroying around 10,000 houses. Before the cyclone, the people in this area had been closed to the outside world. They had little exposure to the true God and have deep spiritual needs. After the cyclone, our...

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International Crisis Projects

Last updated: November 2017

How can you help?

If you wish to help provide aid for crisis victims in various countries, please use the contribution form below.

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