The Syrian refugee crises has affected millions of children. But God is at work in the midst of the tragedy.
I don’t know about you, but my Christian “to do” list is getting pretty long. Where is helping the poor supposed to fit?
Site Coordinators are central to the work of GlobalFingerprints. Here is a glimpse into what they do on the field.
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.
From the inception of the GlobalFingerprints program, our Haitian team has dreamed of creating a small medical clinic in one of the neighborhoods served by GlobalFingerprints.
Even Founding Pastor, Randy Brainard, was taken back by the outpouring of generosity from his congregation for their Easter offering…
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.
A seven-year-old Syrian refugee boy was stunned and incredibly touched by the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.