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

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

In the latest issue of “ALIVE”, read about the needs in our Lebanon ministries, news about how YOU can be part of a Service Team, God’s heart of compassion for His people, and opportunities to make a difference by shopping from our Spring Gift Catalog!

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Category:At-Risk Kids

When in Manchay, “higher” just means “poorer”…

05/16/18 By:

The steep mountainside in Manchay, Peru, is covered with a multitude of ramshackle huts clinging precariously to the rocky slopes. …

Rescue and redemption in 2017

12/04/17 By:

2017 has been a really important – and very encouraging – year for Kids Alive. This first year of our …

“How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!”

03/27/17 By:

My wife, Mel, and I served with Kids Alive as missionaries in Lebanon for twelve years. We had some wonderful …

A country brought to its knees and the God who cares…

03/09/17 By:

I was waiting in an airport departure lounge to board a plane when the email landed in my inbox. It …

Here’s what “thriving” looks like in Kenya!

02/07/17 By:

Being an organization that is “growing and thriving” is one of Kids Alive’s three core commitments as we enter our …

Shining God’s love in the darkness

01/17/17 By:

We live in an increasingly fragile and unstable world. According to the UN, almost 93 million people in 33 countries …

Benson – committed to reinvestment!

07/25/16 By:

“My life before I came to Kids Alive was miserable.” Benson’s early memories are full of heartache and pain. He …

Dark days in Sudan need the light of Christ

07/13/16 By:

Just over three years ago, at the beginning of 2013, while visiting Juba in South Sudan, I met with a …

God is present, even when we can’t be…

07/05/16 By:

This week, I had planned to be with the children at our Good Shepherd Home in the town of Wau …

The amazing God of grace and hope

04/11/16 By:

A couple of weeks ago, I spent a morning back in the classroom. The setting was an International Studies class …

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