Truckers’ Strike in Brazil Derails Mission Trip

The ten day, nationwide truckers\' strike in Brazil that brought South America\'s economy to a screeching halt this month ended, but the impact is still being felt here the United States.

Curbside Community Center Feeding Stomachs and Souls in High Desert of CA

When the Curbside Community Center van rolls into town, communities across the High Desert are served. Whether food, water, shoes, or clothing—Pastor Abel Razo and the more than 40 Curbside volunteers are fulfilling basic as well as spiritual needs.

Every Voice Matters—An Honest Look at Human Trafficking

The stories are startling, yet repeat themselves often: A lonely young girl begins chatting with a cute boy online. A beautiful young woman is enticed by an advertisement to model.A child is removed from a horribly abusive home environment and placed with a foster family

Shepherd’s Gate: Living in a House of Hope

Thirty-four years ago, Alice Ann was a naturalist at Sunol Park in Northern California when she began taking the homeless into her own home.

Jacob Berry is Truly an Inspirational Man of God

Jacob Berry amazes me. The 28-year-old preacher from Oklahoma considers a rare form of muscular dystrophy a gift from God. He has lived with this condition his entire life. He maintains an incredible attitude, displays a charming sense of humor and is armed with a quick wit despite being confined to a wheelchair and dependent on a breathing machine.

World Vision Sends Mom to Ethiopia

This October, one of Crystal O’Rourke’s dreams will come true. She will join a team of a dozen going to Ethiopia to participate in hands-on training by the global Christian humanitarian organization, World Vision.

P4H Global is Redefining Aid

P4H is challenging the approach to poverty from charities and humanitarian groups by redefining how we view and participate in aid.

Christian Groups Send Aid to Caribbean Hurricane Victims

The strong winds of Hurricane Maria caused power outage in the whole island of Puerto Rico, affecting 3.4 million citizens. Landslides blocked many roads and massive flooding submerged villages, reports Premier. Immediately, Christian charity group Samaritan's Purse sent humanitarian aid to each affected islands in the Caribbean.

From Motorcycle Warlord to Serving the Lord of Lords: Big Al Aceves

By the time Big Al Aceves was 15, he was committing crimes like robbery and selling drugs, landing him in prison. Having grown up in an abusive home, Al turned to gangs to be his family. The prison gangs taught young Al the ways to survive.

Wheels from the Heart Gives Away Cars

“Wheels from the Heart was created through God’s plan. It took a few years, but I realized that it is our heart that God truly wants; it is our heart...