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It’s here – the Spring 2019 “ALIVE” newsletter!

In the newest issue of “ALIVE”

read how God is using the principles of trust-based, trauma-informed therapy to help child survivors of traumatic abuse and exploitation. Plus, learn about ways you can support them with choices from the Spring Gift Catalog!

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Blog Archive

Interns in Jarabacoa

06/30/14 By:

Meet our Dominican Republic interns in Jarabacoa. Please pray for them over the next 5 weeks as they pour their …

Children Die Needlessly Every Day from Preventable Diseases

06/30/14 By:

Tragically, thousands of young, vulnerable children die EVERY DAY because of preventable diseases. Pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, measles, HIV/AIDS and malnutrition …

Fantastic Team in the Dominican Republic

06/26/14 By:

Here is our dedicated Dominican Republic group who are teaching our kids for the next 5 weeks. We have a …

Our Kids Share a Message of Peace in South Sudan

06/25/14 By:

Last week was the “Day of the African Child” – and Kids Alive was at the forefront of organizing a …

June 23rd – 29th: Remembering our Staff Around the World

06/23/14 By:

The success of our work with orphans and vulnerable children around the world is dependent on our ‘support team’ – …

60 Seconds to Snatch What You Can!

06/20/14 By:

Your life is at risk. You have to leave your home – right now. You have just sixty seconds to …

Inside Kids Alive Lebanon: No Fear in the Face of Danger

06/19/14 By:

Kids Alive President, Al Lackey, recently returned from Lebanon where teaching kids about Jesus is very dangerous. Al receiving wisdom …

June 16th – 22nd: Educating Orphans and Vulnerable Children

06/17/14 By:

Education is a critical component in breaking the cycle of poverty. We are committed to seeing every child that we …

Some Things Never Change…

06/16/14 By:

Kids Alive has been known as a Christian organization for almost a hundred years, but where are we at in …

Urgent Prayer Request from Lebanon

06/12/14 By:

One of our 3rd graders suffered a head injury from a fall at his home on Friday.  His parents took …

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