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It’s right here – the winter “ALIVE!” newsletter!

In the latest issue of “ALIVE!”, read what our president has to say about priorities and goals for 2018 ministry. We highlight a missionary couple who are faithfully serving Jesus, and share information to consider if God is calling YOU to missionary service. Dive into the newsletter and see what God is doing!

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New School Year, New Students…the Same Goals!

10/18/14 By:

Brent Hamoud, one of our missionaries in Lebanon, reports from south Lebanon on the start of the new school year …

Five ways you can pray for orphans in Kenya today

10/13/14 By:

The needs of children in Kenya are huge. More than one million children across the country are orphans – many …

Abuse, Trafficking, & Early Marriage

10/07/14 By:

For many young girls, this world is a very dangerous place. It is estimated that, every year, 14 million girls …

Seven ways to pray for our longest-running children’s program this week

09/29/14 By:

For 66 years, our ministry in Lebanon has been influential in transforming the lives of children-at-risk in this volatile land. …

Every Child Deserves a Loving Home!

09/22/14 By:

One of the very special aspects of Kids Alive International’s ministry is providing quality residential care to orphans and vulnerable …

Every Child Deserves a Promising Future…

09/15/14 By:

Kids Alive is passionate about seeing every girl and boy that we care for reach their full potential. To help …

Pray for Children at-risk Worldwide This Week!

09/08/14 By:

There are millions of children at risk around the world. Join us this week in praying for these kids and …

Pray for Children in Latin America and Around the World!

08/25/14 By:

This week we take a tour of our programs in Latin America, sharing two or three short prayer requests for …

Teaching a Life Skill

08/22/14 By:

Our Peru Service team was honored to help get a new sewing machine, which is now part of the legacy …

“Now I Can Read”

08/21/14 By:

“Now I can read” sash is on one of our Dominican Republic 1st graders as she graduated. She is one …

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