God has graciously provided homes, food and care for many widows and the forgotten through our partners' faithful prayers and giving. We would love to introduce you to three of them.
World Challenge partners in Burundi have made their lives’ mission to connect abandoned street children with their God and families.
As is our custom, when we receive a new child at the Eh’ikirezi Transition Center, we make up a personal file for them with all the information we can find about their health, family and life before coming to the center.
World Challenge’s partners in Burundi run a children’s home and school so abandoned children can experience God’s love and care as well as grow into strong adults.
When I first found Mukamarakiza, he was living on the streets in Ngozi.
He’d been abandoned early and was 11 years old when we met, but unfortunately this is nothing unusual. Street children in Burundi are common, especially in the larger towns.
A young man in Cambodia is slowly shedding the defensive self-preservation of an orphan and gaining a heart to help others.
Samnang just completed high school and got his diploma. This may not sound incredible; but for him, it represents overcoming more obstacles than most people in the West are likely to ever face.
As believers in India face growing hatred and harassment, God continues to provide for his most vulnerable children.
In 2014, elections in India brought the Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian People’s Party) into power.
They are often described as the “Hindu Nationalist Party.” If that title summoned up shades of another nationalist government and social group that the West knew all too well in the 1940s, the comparison wouldn’t be far off.