Samaritan’s Purse Blog

Finding Saipan

God answers the cry for help from a little island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

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Doctors Making a Difference

World Medical Mission physicians serve in Jesus' Name.

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Out of Mud and Mire

Trusting God and persevering in the Tondo slums of Manila.

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Military couples turn and begin a journey of healing.

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The Church Rising

Through the leadership of local churches and the help of Samaritan’s Purse, the evangelical community in Niger rises from the ashes stronger than ever.

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The World Needs Water

Samaritan’s Purse works in many countries to provide lifesaving access to clean water and to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Lift Your Eyes

Samaritan’s Purse is helping mothers and children lead healthier, safer lives in Vietnam’s highlands.

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Franklin Graham Brings Encouragement to Devastated Barbuda

Samaritan's Purse staff and volunteers are working to clean up the island smashed by Hurricane Irma.

Samaritan's Purse President Franklin Graham traveled to the hurricane-wrecked island of Barbuda on Sept. 25 to encourage residents, church leaders, and our disaster assistance response team. "When the storm [Hurricane Irma] came through here on Sept. 6, it devastated this island—every home basically destroyed, every home," he said. "People are off the island right now; they had to go to Antigua. No one is permitted to spend the night here. It's like a bomb went off." Hurricane Irma … [Read more...]

Through a Child’s Eyes

Life is difficult for South Sudanese children staying in Uganda’s refugee camps

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Shining Light

Samaritan's Purse is bringing physical relief and spiritual comfort to Myanmar.

By mid-morning the smothering heat had settled in for the day. A young mother gently brushed away tiny beads of sweat that dotted her baby’s head. She sat so still, as not to wake her son who had fallen asleep in her lap. He stirred, and she tenderly moved his arm just a little so he’d be more comfortable. … [Read more...]