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Known as Papa Joe to the hundreds of inner-city families he helps, Joe Bradford has a powerful testimony that reads like a movie. This month his story comes to the big screen via Unconditionala film as inspiring as Papa Joes ministry.
World Vision has developed a game that is not only fun, but also gives players a chance to help nourish hungry children and families in impoverished communities around the world.
It was love at first sight for Katie Davisnot an abnormal feeling for a senior in high school. But for Davis, it was life-changing, not merely emotional.
Philip Cameron never planned on extending his family, nor had he envisioned creating a refuge for potential sex slaves. Yet his efforts to transform orphans into walking testimonies of Gods love are now transforming a country.
J. Lee Grady, the former award-winning editor of Charisma, travels the world today rallying women to bravely serve God. What made this easygoing journalist an advocate for biblical equality?
Conference speaker·Christine Caine·has shone Christs light in the worlds darkest places. Now shes bent on exposingand abolishingthe $12.3 billion global sex-trafficking industry.·
Statistics of abuse and neglect paint a grim picture.
Injustice moved the Motown artist to write Whats Going On? and activate his generation. Shouldnt the church be doing the same?
The success in Possum Trot is inspiring adoptions across the U.S.
God is turning sorrow to joy in China through Marias Big House of Hope.
The horror of child sex trafficking has grown to be almost as big as the global drug trade. But the abusers can be stopped if enough of us act now.
All these people have full-time jobs in other professions, but theyre using their God-given gifts to make a difference and help stop the traffic.
Charles J. Powell went undercover in three U.S. cities to investigate human traffickingand his results were astounding.
Nancy Alcorn, founder of Mercy Ministries, leads a one-woman crusade to help abused, addicted and pregnant girls find hope.
Abandoned by his Russian mother at 18 months, Vita lived like an animal. Dogs were his only company--until an amazing Christian couple in Moscow rescued him.