Better to Give Than Receive

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1. Samaritan’s Purse: “Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ.”

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2. One Dress. One Year. For Freedom.: “Every day, millions of men, women, and children wake up in slavery. Faced with the same bleak reality day after day, their dreams of freedom remain as just that–dreams. In the past few years, it seems like a lot more people have become aware of the plight of modern-day slaves. However, awareness only matters if it leads to action. You can provide hope and freedom for someone who is in slavery. It only takes a few minutes, a few dollars, and you could change someone’s life. Forever.”

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3. SevenNine: “SevenNine is focused primarily on frontier missions—getting the gospel to unreached and unengaged people. SevenNine is helping transform mission fields into mission forces. The day is here that when the unreached envision a missionary, they will see not only western peoples, but Indian, Chinese, Russian, African, and Brazilian faces. “

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4. Global Hope Network International: “Global Hope Network International (GHNI) is a non-profit, private humanitarian aid organization who believes that it’s possible to bring not only hope, but change, to the poorest villages of the world. And we want you to join with us!”

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5. Global Aid Network: “As the relief and development aid arm of Campus Crusade for Christ International, the ministry of Global Aid Network spans the globe helping to meet physical needs in areas of poverty and despair and providing hope through evangelistic outreach.”

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6. Africa Renewal Ministries: “Partner with a new church, Pader Community Church, to reach the lost and to renew the people in a war torn region of Northern Uganda, Africa. The focus of this new church is a holistic approach that seeks to share the liberating freedom of biblical truth accompanied by meeting the physical needs of the community.”

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“In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ ”

-Acts 20:35

 

 

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