Awareness pushes us to take action and connect with the vulnerable in practical ways. Knowing how hunger and poverty affect families in East Africa inspires us to alter our day-to-day lives on their behalf. It’s one thing to be aware...

The Shinyanga region of rural Tanzania is known for unpredictable rainfall, meager food and resources, and traditional beliefs that center around witchcraft. The founders of Path of Hope Children’s Ministry were moved by the physical and spiritual poverty they saw...

A winter storm brought an unexpected gift to our family in January: twenty-four hours of simplicity. Sheets of snow and freezing rain slowed our hectic lives to a lull. With calendars cleared, our pajama-clad family sat idly around the breakfast...

Is the life of one fragile child worth fighting for? Not everyone would answer this question the same way… “You are struggling for nothing. Gabriel is going to die soon.” When Gabriel was first enrolled in the Lahash Sponsorship Program, the local...

A story of hope on World Water Day 2016: Sub-Saharan Africa faces numerous challenges regarding access to water. Ninety percent of farmland is rain-fed leading to vulnerability in dry regions. But through Rice & Beans Month donations, a simple irrigation system in Kenya is not only nourishing...