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Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, weddings, graduations, and so many more. Let us help! You can honor your loved ones with a gift through the 2019 Spring Gift Catalog and bless a child at the same time, and we’ll send a card to let your honoree know!

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Hope sounds beautiful in Haitian Creole

04/05/16 By:

Stanley chatters non-stop to me in Creole as he shows me around the tiny mud hut that he calls “home.” …

“Why are we decorating pictures of bombs?”

12/15/15 By:

The scene is a school classroom in Lebanon. The question comes from a quizzical young Syrian girl – a refugee …

Terror Attacks in Paris

11/16/15 By:

Like millions of other people around the world, I watched with shock and horror as events in Paris unfolded last …

Matt Parker in Guatemala

10/26/15 By:

In October 2015, I visited Kids Alive International’s programs in Guatemala where I witnessed firsthand some amazing transformations taking place …

Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer, May 5, 2015

04/30/15 By:

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Praise God that we are now serving 1,700 children in 10 ministry programs in the Dominican Republic! Pray …

Prayer for our New Missionaries

03/09/15 By:

Meet the next wave of Kids Alive Missionaries. We just finished a new missionary orientation at the Kids Alive home …

Lives are being changed in Sudan…despite persecution!

12/12/14 By:

It’s been a difficult year for our ministry in Sudan! Growing anti-Christian activity, led by the government, has created tremendous …

Pray for Kids Alive around the world!

11/24/14 By:

THANK YOU, GOD! It is Thanksgiving this week! And as we look back over the past year, we do so …

The Ebola Emergency in West Africa

11/03/14 By:

“In my distress I called to the Lord; I cried to my God for help. From His temple He heard …

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 …

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