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Kids Alive focuses on the “3 R’s”

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

In the Winter 2019 issue of “ALIVE”, read about why Kids Alive focuses on the “3 R’s”, the importance of trauma intervention and keeping families together, and how you might join our team of missionaries!

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How do I know…

06/12/18 By:

“How do I know that Kids Alive’s work really makes a difference?” This was the question I was asked recently …

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 …

“What has encouraged you about Kids Alive during the past six months?”

07/11/17 By:

This was the question that I was asked recently by a passionate Kids Alive supporter. And as I responded, I …

Crossing the line from despair to hope…

02/20/17 By:

You step across the railway line to get into the Misisi slum in Lusaka, Zambia. And when you cross the …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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