Who Will Cry for Justice?

Thousands of people around the world are forced into slavery and sexual exploitation. But one Christian organization, the International Justice Mission, is out to stop these atrocities.

One Year After the Storm

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Christians have been working around the clock to help Gulf Coast residents rebuild.

I Was a Stranger and You Let Me In

Would you let immigrants from another country live under your roof? These families say they had no choice but to show Christian hospitality.

They Found His Mercy

Nancy Alcorn didn't just stand on the sidelines and watch troubled girls throw their lives away. She built them a refuge.

Into the Arms of Love

As the number of homeless, abandoned children grows, caring Christians are reaching out with Christ's compassion.

Kids Who Fall Through the Cracks

Thousands of American children are caught in the foster care system. But Christians are working hard to place them in loving homes.

They Are Weak, He is Strong

At a unique Christian children's hospital in Oklahoma, the most fragile kids find a love that only God can provide.

One Lunch can Feed a Multitude

A ministry born out of the compassion of a 12-year-old missionary boy is offering nourishment and the good news of Jesus to hundreds of youngsters in Guatemala and Mexico

When God Came to the Barrio

Freddie García once was a heroin addict living for nothing more than his next fix. Today he and his wife, Ninfa, oversee a ministry that rescues people from the grip of drug addiction.

How One Woman Took Hope To Haiti

Danita Estrella left a comfortable home and fulfilling career to care for starving children in a Haitian orphanage. Her story challenges us to abandon our comfort zones so we can demonstrate Christ's compassion to the helpless.
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