I asked her why she wants to be part of the program. She responded: “Because I want to be taken care off.”
Senemi has had a difficult life. Her given name even means “hate me”. But after coming to Christ, she is a new person and has a new name.
The second Sunday in November churches around the world will unite to fulfill the Bible’s call to help orphans. You can help your church join the movement.
When I went to Liberia recently, I heard stories of people who ran for their lives, went hungry, lost everything, and watched family members killed right before their eyes.
In Indonesia, a Musl*m country, it is illegal for children to change their religion until they are 18. It is…
There are many wonderful ministries to children. In fact, there are a number of child sponsorship programs doing great work around the world. But each ministry is unique. Here is what makes us tick.
Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a predominantly Buddhist country. But now, through the ministry of GlobalFingerprints, God is opening hearts and entire villages to the gospel.
You’ve experienced the joy of helping a vulnerable child escape the trap of poverty and find new life in Jesus Christ. Now, you can multiply your impact by sharing that joy with others.
You may be wondering how you can bring hope to GlobalFingerprints children this Christmas season. Although we don’t send Christmas gifts to specific children, we do have several ways you can bless many sponsored children.
This story is all the more amazing when you think of how Mohsin’s life could have turned out. Mohsin could have died. He could have become a crippled beggar. He even could have been “radicalized”.