Jesus Loves the Little Children
A teacher in the Philippines shares her testimony of how our partners’ support helped her dream of ministry come true.
Celebrating the Lord’s Goodness
God is blessing our partner in India despite hardships, and they are raising their hands in praise for the lives that he is mending and stitching together.
We celebrated with one of our partners in India when he got married at the very beginning of last year. His wife is lovely and a little shy, and they are very happy together.
On the Wings of Petition
World Challenge’s partners are reaching out to the children of the Roma community to help them grow towards their heavenly Father.
Ema’s father died when she was three years old. For any child, this would be a devastating loss, but it was especially so for Ema and her family as Roma who depended heavily on her father’s presence to protect them and his income to support them.
Youth in the Heart of Africa
Concern for the young people and future of Burundi is what drives one young man, a World Challenge scholarship student at Summit.
I am from Bujumbura, the capital city* of Burundi in East Africa.
Raised in a non-Christian family, I started drinking when I was 6 years old. It’s not uncommon for people to start drinking at an early age with the traditions in our community.
Through the Eyes of a Child
A new community center and school in Lebanon becomes a refuge to the delight of many local children.
Remodeling a building into a community center and school would be an incredible task, but to accomplish this in just a few months might require a miracle. However, World Challenge partners in Lebanon were determined to do just that so they could receive 300 new students.
A Little Light for India
Numbers of abandoned or neglected children are rising, and authorities are constricting who can help.
A New Day for Lithuania
Children are finding God in the wake of war and occupation.
Did you know that Lithuania has two independence days? This oddity hints at their tumultuous history clamped between the Baltic Sea and Russia.
Nearly fifty years after being annexed by the USSR, this small ex-soviet country is still finding its feet in the wake of an oppressive occupation. Issues with unemployment, substance abuse and domestic violence are common in Luthuania’s badly depressed economy.
How World Challenge Saved Our Orphanage
Dear World Challenge,
On January 5th, our orphanage in Thailand received your annual donation. As always, it was a great blessing. This year it was especially helpful, and I would like to explain why.