Humanitarian & Medical Aid Stories

Early on a Sunday morning, more than 140 people from the Berrien Springs community and surroundings rose to the challenge of helping fifteen schools located in Myanmar. Find out how running helped bring back smiles of hope to needy children in conflict zones.
Yes, angels do love to crowd into some smoke-filled rooms full of disfigured people. Now, why could that be?
From the bottom of a well, a leper finds new life.
How could a prayer for a part-time job in Michigan lead to an encounter with Syrian refugees in the Middle East North Africa Union?
What did disappearing disease, overcoming addictions, and poverty have in common? God's grace! Really? Discover why in these stories.
Out of nowhere came the request for an English speaker for public evangelism in Myanmar and a dental and medical team. God moved quickly to gather a group for an exceptional mission trip.
When you are desperate, even a small miracle can make a big impact, and a short prayer can change someone’s life forever. This is Chhoem Sarom’s story.
Chheurn Oeun and his family were homeless after an extended stay in the hospital. All they could do was pray. Then they found Seng Sopheak and a home at the Sda Center.
Prayer became the driving force behind Bun Hean’s daily work after meeting an Adventist church member while selling fruit. This is how she learned to trust everything to God.
Sim Thim’s story shows that a powerful solution is never far away when people pray. In this case, a new well gives Sim a chance to attend church, while benefiting the very people that meant to stop him.
Medical Missionary Sin Sao loves caring for the residents of the Sda Center (refuge for believers with AIDS). They have become her spiritual family. When they feel well enough, they join her on missions of mercy. Read about one such trip.
“Where is the Pun Chuan family today?” Church planter Nuth Mao wondered as he scanned the members sitting expectantly in his small church one Sabbath morning. “They have been so faithful in attending, something must be seriously wrong” he anxiously thought.
Thavan Phat lives in the slums of Phnom Penh. The dragon of poverty raises its ugly head in the forms of hunger (from her children), addiction (of her husband), and hopelessness (in her heart). Yet, as a new believer in Jesus Christ, discover how Thavan saw God conquer this dragon in her world.