Remembering Bishop Alfredo De Guzman

We recently received some sad news from our former ministry partner, Philippine Missionary Fellowship (PMF); that Bishop Alfredo De Guzman has gone to be with the Lord.
Here we remember a life lived for the Lord.

Sunshine and clean water – Sarin’s story

Fifty-seven-year-old Sarin is a picture of matriarchal determination. She is a widower and the full-time carer for her seven grandchildren. All of whom live with her in​ a small and dilapidated house in a rural district of Cambodia…

Transforming lives through art class

Right now, in the city of Goma, in the DR Congo, there are thousands of children and young adults living on the streets.

Sharing God’s love for each of these vulnerable ‘street kids’, one of our ministry partners in the region created the Uamusho Project, an outreach program that provides refuge and empowerment for young people living on the streets.

And as part of their wholistic approach to trauma therapy, Uamusho recently started a brand-new art class.

From fear to flourishing – Narith’s story

“I was always too scared to talk to kids or teachers at school,” Narith explains, “And I didn’t dare raise my hand when I didn’t understand the lesson.”

Read how Narith went from fear to flourishing thanks to our ministry partners in Cambodia…

A mother’s joy – Mentari’s story

Mentari is a busy housewife from Southwest Sumba in Indonesia.

She works hard at home and on the farm, and does her best to care for her children.

So she was heartbroken to discover that her three-year-old daughter was suffering from severe malnourishment…

A life transformed by soap and water – Maly’s story

For as long as she could remember Maly had been regularly falling ill. Many times throughout the year she would be too sick to go to class and her education was suffering.    

But everything changed 18 months ago, when Maly was entered into Sunshine Cambodia’s School Development program…

Finding new hope in a hospital visit – Jean’s story

Jean was only seven years old when he brought his dying father to the HEAL Africa hospital.

“My father had been ill for a long time because the local hospitals were unable to help him”, recounts Jean.

Sadly, by this stage it was too late for the doctors at HEAL to treat Jean’s father and after a few days in the hospital he passed away.

But even though they were unable save his father, those few days changed Jean’s life forever…

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