November 23, 2022
Did you know that more than half of the world’s poorest people are children? Poverty disproportionately impacts children—even though they make up only 30% of the global population. Many of these children live in sub-Saharan Africa, where families tend to have more children and, as a result, face more barriers to sustaining a living wage. […]
March 18, 2021
Generosity is commonly associated with financial giving—a monthly tithe envelope or an automatic deduction from a bank account. When we look at the generosity of the Bible, though, we see it goes deeper than just the amount of money we’re willing to donate. When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the […]
November 2, 2022
A middle-of-the-night awakening for Matt Hartsell initiated the concept of an orphan care ministry while he and his wife Barb were adopting their daughter Allyson in Novorossiysk, Russia in June of 1999. The adoption of another daughter, Tiffani from China, and multiple missions trips to Romania to work with street children further enhanced the unquenchable […]
July 29, 2021
One of the sweetest people we met in Malawi was an old man in his eighties, living by himself. When we visited, he was surrounded by local children who clearly loved him. I don’t know how to spell his name, so we’ll call him M. As it turns out, M is pretty popular. He’s an […]
July 21, 2021
Over the past several weeks, we’ve taken a closer look at the on-the-ground work in Zomba and Thyolo. It’s hard to sum everything up into concise paragraphs, and it’s even harder to tie everything into a nice bow. But I have saved my very favorite Malawi Snapshot for this—the last blog. With projects like clothing […]
July 15, 2021
The day I met Tia , she was wearing a bright yellow sundress—and absolutely smoking me in a game of keepaway. When I picture her now, I cannot envision her without a smile. She was joy embodied. Later (after she soundly beat me in keepaway and showed off some of her dance moves), I sat down […]
July 7, 2021
The first text we got from James when we landed in Malawi said, “We’re excited to show you the warm heart of Africa.” I wrote the phrase down immediately—because what a picture, right? According to my cursory Google search (very professional), Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” because of the kindness of […]
Lessons gleaned from world travel, time with the poor, and personal brokenness.
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The Treasure Principle
Alcorn invites you to partake in a revolution of radical generosity and freedom from materialism! This exclusive updated edition of his bestseller features an all-new chapter; a provocative ending with challenges from God about our stewardship; a personal journaling section; answers to frequently asked questions; and more. Discover how joyful giving brings God glory.
the hole in our gospel
Setting aside success as a CEO, Richard Stearns heeded God's call and exchanged his corner office for a mud hut in Uganda. His best-selling exploration of the gospel will encourage you to use your time, talents, and money to heal a broken world.
No Greater love
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when helping hurts
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not for sale
In the revised and updated version of this harrowing yet deeply inspirational exposé, award-winning journalist David Batstone gives the most up-to-date information available on the $31 billion human trafficking epidemic. With profiles of twenty-first century abolitionists like Thailand’s Kru Nam and Peru’s Lucy Borja, Batstone tells readers what they can do to stop the modern slave trade.
Little Gray's Altruistic Adventure
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April 2, 2020
By Jared Morrison This whole coronavirus thing has been and will continue to be quite a crazy ordeal. However, there have been several really positive things come out of this pandemic and one in particular makes me smile. It seems the church is being a little more like The Church. The restrictions on group sizes […]
February 28, 2020
–by Jared Morrison “Good Morning, Uncle Jared!” These four words have become music to my ears! I hear them at least 15 times every day from the girls in our program while walking around our compound. Kipindi Mpito, Forgotten Children’s new flagship program, has finally begun. After several years of vision casting, planning, and research, […]
October 22, 2019
-by Kimberly Morrison “Ouch!” I loudly exclaimed after accidentally thumping my hand on the doorframe. Gideon, who was playing close by, looked up and quietly said, “Sometimes I say ‘ouch’ too when I see you get hurt. I wish I could fix it with a hug.” I don’t have words to describe the level of […]
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