In one of Europe’s poorest countries, one young man finally found a safe home and also humanity’s Savior.
The first thing you will notice about a Moldovan orphanage is its silence.
Children in these institutions are often not allowed outside, forced to lay in their cots and ignored by workers who only address their most basic needs.
World Challenge partners in the Emerald Isle reach out to one mother weighted down by a cancer prognosis and deep worries for her children.
Can people still be deeply caught in poverty if they live in a wealthy, Western nation?
Most would say, “Yes, of course” because we’ve all seen someone beside the road with a cardboard sign who is clearly homeless.
Ministries are now taking steps to help church members with disabilities feel included and part of community.
Ellen Stumbo is a writer, national speaker, pastor’s wife and ministry leader. She’s also the mother of a daughter with Down syndrome and an adopted daughter with cerebral palsy.
The following is a beautiful letter written to us by a grieving mother. The testimony she paints is a of daughter’s utter faithfulness to God despite severe disabilities. The mother’s letter has been slightly edited and abridged:
Writing a special note of encouragement as I wish to express deep, profound gratitude for all your articles, which I’ve read over the years.