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On August 15, the Taliban took control of the capital city of Kabul. Our brothers and sisters in Afghanistan are in turmoil and the people there are struggling and living in fear. Our local partner is currently responding to the need the best they can but need help.
Please consider giving a gift today to help provide relief for 100 families with the gift of food, clean water and basic necessities:
$300 will help provide for one family for one month
$10 will help a family for one day
Bangladesh is a developing nation, ranked as the most densely populated country in the world. In recent years, development efforts have made significant strides in the area of poverty alleviation. However, one in every four people still live in poverty, and natural disasters leave more than 1 million homeless each year.
Our work alongside our local partner is committed to planting churches that serve tribal groups as well as Hindu and Muslim communities in Bangladesh. To accomplish the great commission and establish healthy churches, many village pastors and evangelists receive training for ministry and church planting in rural areas across the country. The next generation of church leaders is also being developed through intentional youth discipleship training and in the Children’s Home ministry. Despite religious tension,our holistic approach has been effectively serving the people of Bangladesh, bringing hope to many.
Join us in partnership in Bangladesh to empower Bengali communities and build the church in this region.
There are thousands of villages scattered along Brazil’s coastline and in the Amazon Basin. These communities are only accessible by boat and are inhabited by people who have never heard the gospel. These are home to fishermen and heir families. The water sustains them — but just barely. They are isolated from the education, medical care and gainful employment they need to improve their lives. As a result, many families are caught in a cycle of poverty and there is despread substance and other forms of abuse.
Our local partner in Brazil has a team of 162 missionaries who serve these remote fishing villages. Our missionaries lead with the gospel and follow up with practical care such as medical teams and support for vulnerable children. The ministry pioneers new fields, calls the Brazilian church to follow, hands over the ministry, and moves on to new frontiers. Over the last 30 years this has led to tremendous growth and expanded vision.
Join us in partnership with Brazil, as we journey into the Brazilian Amazon to bring the gospel to every unreached village.
This past year has been difficult with the outbreak of covid-19 and as our local partners navigate how to continue doing ministry in this new era. Your gift helps provide people who live in extreme poverty life saving measures as they deal with Covid-19.
The complex political and religious environment in Cuba continues to make life difficult for Cubans and the local church. With the global pandemic, the situation has become worse with greater shortages of food and basic necessities.
Despite the ongoing challenges, our local partner in Cuba has continued to grow and many people accept the promise of new life in Jesus. We supports a group of more than 1,500 committed church leaders who are bringing the Gospel and serving their communities in practical ways. They are also equipping the next generation of believers by providing Missionary Training, which has resulted in a dynamic movement of new disciples.
Your contribution to Cuba allows our local partners to continue to carry on church planting activities, leadership training and disaster relief.
Namibia is suffering through the worst long-term drought in 90 years. It is so severe that way back in June of 2019 the president declared a state of emergency. Since then, conditions have only deteriorated. The drought is causing the death of wildlife and the displacement of people. Namibians are resilient but these and other challenges are insurmountable for those facing starvation. Namibia has one of the highest states of economic inequality in the world. Its extreme poverty rate is projected to rise to 18.9% in 2022 (World Bank). Unemployment is high and particularly affects women (38%) and young people (43%). Around 15% of the adult population is infected with the AIDS virus. The economy is in freefall, shrinking by almost 10% in the last two years. Covid-19 is only adding to the challenges. In March of 2021 starving Himba tribespeople people started arriving out of the Kalahari desert seeking care in Namibia. We are providing life-saving nutrition and medical support to these people.