• Healing Touch, Nicaugura

    Marco saw two incredible things within the span of three months. One was absolutely horrible. The other was completely miraculous. The horrible thing happened as Marco was riding his bicycle home from a day of teaching. Up ahead, he saw another bicycling teacher peddle into an intersection — only to be hit by an oncoming […]

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  • Trading Curses for Blessings

    The local priests are dumbfounded. Their black magic isn’t working like it used to, and the demand for their curses has hit an all-time low. Nothing has changed in Mapou Lagon, yet everything is different. It’s still one of the poorest villages in Haiti. There are still no schools for the children or doctors for […]

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  • This very day! by Dick Eastman

    At Every Home for Christ, we are committed to the Great Commission, believing that everyone should have the opportunity to hear the Gospel at least once. For nearly 70 years now, our global staff and thousands of volunteer missionaries have been delivering the Good News home to home in more than 200 nations. So far, they’ve reached over 1.7 BILLION homes. Many of […]

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  • We called him “Brother N.”

    We called him “Brother N.” because using his real name put him at risk. He was a deeply religious, sincere believer— but not in Jesus. He studied his faith tirelessly but had become disillusioned. The more he studied, the more he had questions his leaders couldn’t answer. So when he was invited to visit a Christian […]

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  • The UNREachable – Nicaragua

    By Rob Stennett The team of Every Home for Christ pioneer missionaries feared they wouldn’t make it home alive. Hazardous conditions conspired against them—an uncharted river, suffocating heat and poisonous snakes that hung like vines. The plan was to share the Gospel with one of the most remote Miskito tribes, an indigenous people living deep […]

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  • The tale of two women

    she left her washing to see what was happening. It was highly unusual. Strangers weren’t welcome in their town, yet he was gathering a crowd and no one was running him out. Mother Jenne made her way to the front. She had to see what was going on. The man was holding pictures and telling a story. It was a story about good and […]

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  • Samoa women’s empowerment through vocational training

    Every Home-Samoa is embarking on a project that aims to train village women in local Women’s Commitees to foster income generation activities in their communities. The project will be run in eight villages over two years. The Project will be administered by the Women’s Committee and materials will be provided by Every Home Samoa train women at the community level to enable them to generate […]

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  • India EHC 50th Conference

    Behind her sombre eyes and exotic beauty lies a story whose ending is yet to be written. Her name is India, one of the oldest nations on earth. Her children, young and old are born to destinies determined by man-made castes. The fortunate inherit immense wealth, privilege and the highest social standing. The lesser, through […]

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  • Thriving in the midst of Poverty

    The town of Mirpur in Bangladesh is a small town of only 58km² located in Dhaka city. It is home to some of Bangladesh’s biggest slums. With a population of over 1 million people, many live in very poor and overcrowded situations. While urban poverty is a huge issue in Mirpur, this is where one […]

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  • Even Her Children Were Ashamed of Her

    She lived in the shadows of her village, her life marked with shame and disgrace. Having born children outside of marriage kept her mind in a state of emotional war. She fitted nowhere; neither her mother nor her sisters accepted her. Men didn’t want her—even her children were ashamed of her. Outcast and unloved, she […]

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