We aim to meet the critical needs for victims of natural disasters, poverty, conflict, and war throughout the world, often working through ministry partners on the ground. Hear the stories from those in The Bahamas.
When we met Pastor Charles he was sleeping on the pews of the church, with no appliances, facilities, or esentials. He has been a faithful leader in the community since 1994 and has been responsible for caring for hundreds of people after Hurricane Dorian.
A high school orphan and her 5 siblings are living below poverty conditions. When we met them they had no toilets, no stove, no refrigerator and 2 beds to share between 8 people.
Charles, Luke & Pastor Charles
These servant leaders at The Pink Church have hope for a work opportunity and seek to bring their families together. They are willing to work, but without the necessary work permits and paperwork that cost between $3000-$4000, they risk the chance of being reported for working illegally.
Benson & His Daughter
Benson and his daughter live in a emergency tent left behind by a relief organization after Hurricane Dorian. Benson is a skilled carpenter and also needs help getting a work permit.
John & His Daughter
A hero for the community during Hurricane Dorian, this father is doing all he can to help his daughter finish college