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Category:Children's Homes

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Good Times in Monte Plata

05/24/14 By:

​Semana Santa had a great time here in Monte Plata.  We spent the week at a camp with a visiting …

Independence in Haiti

04/30/14 By:

This year, Kids Alive Haiti’s oldest girls moved into our very first independence home. They will continue high school and …

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