Rescuing Orphans

Published in Uncategorized on 8th July 2016

We were mid-way thru a 10-day disaster relief trip, I was standing before 300 men, women and children that had either lost all they had or were homeless due to a massive typhoon leveling the tiny Island of Pillar in the Philippines. I had no idea, that on this day, I would be a part […]

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The Helpless Children

Published in Charity In Africa, Global Charity on 23rd May 2016

She couldn’t have been more than three years old, curled up at the edge of the curb, near the drain opening of the gutter. My headlights caught a glimpse of her as I turned off of the bridge that separated the large city dump from the small town of Freeman that sits 3 miles from […]

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Change that Makes Real Change

Published in Charity In Africa, Global Charity, Uncategorized on 31st January 2016

My little girl had just finished watching a commercial on TV that showed the horrible condition that refugees and orphans suffer through in Africa. She was teary-eyed when she asked me, are we doing anything to help? Coming from my daughter and seeing the look on her face when she asked hit me right in […]

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What Do We Do When Disaster Strikes?

Published in Uncategorized on 23rd September 2015

What’s the most important part of Charities for Disaster Relief?   I will answer it with a story from the recent event… When I look back on the Ebola Crisis, two years ago, and its hideous method of infecting and ultimately killing its victims, I was appalled at how unprepared all of the countries in […]

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Charities for Disaster Relief

Published in Charity In Africa, Global Charity on 14th September 2015

What Do We Do When Disaster Strikes? August 12, 2015 When I turned around I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, almost every person from 10 miles around had converged on our temporary medical triage center. Charities for Disaster Relief will always be in demand as long as there are people struck by natural disasters. […]

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Charities For Education – Part 1

Published in Global Charity on 17th August 2015

Part 1 – The dilemma we are faced with How bad is the education dilemma in third world countries? The old saying “knowledge is power” is not only understood to be true, but the principle of utilizing this truth is sought after by those who wish to be in power. The opposite of this saying […]

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Charities for Refugee Widows

Published in Global Charity on 13th July 2015

No glamour, just cold hard facts: In most third world cultures marriages are still arranged and structured for economic or political benefit of the two families. You’ve seen this scenario played out in movies and described in books, but never knew just how often this occurs. In some cases the brides are just little girls. […]

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Charities for Refugee Children

Published in Global Charity on 13th July 2015

Every Night is different: Driven from their home, a child’s place of security into a wasteland far from their own country, because of a war started by people children don’t know against people children don’t know. All the child knows is this war is costing them and their family everything… Children are now refugees sleeping […]

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Charities for Disabled Children

Published in Global Charity on 13th July 2015

You may never be the same. On the way to an international orphanage that took care of special needs children, we decided to stop at a pastry shop and pick up a few things for the 25 children that were waiting for us to arrive. As we stood in front of row after row of […]

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Non-Profit Organizations for Children

Published in Global Charity on 29th May 2015

How many of us could answer the question “What makes God smile? That can be a hard question to answer for anybody. I will share a secret with you, there’s one sure way to do it, and that’s by caring for and nurturing children, especially the hurting, forgotten, orphaned and special needs children. God’s heart for […]

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