Stories About the Children

Ebola Treatment Center Now Open in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Samaritan’s Purse opened an 18-bed Ebola treatment center in Komanda in northeast Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) on Jan. 17. Medical teams are ensuring the comfort and expert care of every patient as they serve in Jesus’ Name. “By coming to treat people with this difficult disease, we as Christians are showing God’s love [&hellip

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Venezuelan Migrants Find Relief at Center of Hope

Just over the border from Venezuela, in Cucuta, Colombia, hundreds of desperate men, women, and children come to the Center of Hope each week to find physical and spiritual relief. Some of these Venezuelan migrants have moved to Cucuta, some are passing through, and some will travel back to their home country in the evening. [&hellip

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Seeing with New Eyes

In many parts of Togo to be born blind is to be born cursed. Families and communities superstitiously fear the disability. Annani, who is visually impaired rather than totally blind, was nevertheless rejected by his father and scorned by teachers and classmates. In the latter case, he was shamed because he couldn’t see the blackboard [&hellip

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Livelihoods Training Lifts Filipino Families Out of Poverty

Rowena grew up in a poor area of the Philippines and has endured much sorrow in her life. Her three brothers, mother, and two of her grandparents died when Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the country more than five years ago. That same year, her husband died of complications related to high blood pressure. “My life [&hellip

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God Brings Hope and Peace to a California Family After Their Home Burns

On the morning of Nov. 8, the sky above Paradise, California was colored with bright red and orange. Tammy Golter stood at her kitchen window mesmerized by the slowly intensifying colors—believing it to be a stunning sunrise. As smoke began to cloud the horizon, her awe suddenly turned to dread. There was a fire in [&hellip

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Franklin Graham and Family Distribute Shoebox Gifts in Antigua

On Dec. 28-29, Franklin Graham and members of his extended family traveled to the Caribbean island of Antigua to distribute shoebox gifts to children in need. Two Operation Christmas Child outreach events took place on Friday at local churches and two more occurred on Saturday, blessing a total of 450 children. The Grahams continue the [&hellip

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Work Continues, Volunteers Still Needed in Hurricane-Wrecked Florida

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER Families along the Florida Panhandle are still struggling on a long road to recovery after Hurricane Michael slammed into the state in early October. The mighty Category 4 storm devastated coastal cities, leaving them looking like ghost towns. Samaritan’s Purse quickly responded to the disaster and established a base of operations [&hellip

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Samaritan’s Purse to Open Ebola Treatment Center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

LATEST: The Ebola Treatment Center is now open (Jan. 17). Please read more here. Samaritan’s Purse will soon open a treatment center in northeast Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in response to an Ebola virus disease outbreak that has killed more than 300 people. This recent outbreak was declared Aug. 1 and is now [&hellip

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There’s Still Time! Build a Shoebox Online

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