Water is essential to life, and access to it greatly affects the quality of life for millions.
On March 15, 2017 Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) presented the Alaskan of the Week to Rev. Evelyn Erbele, a missionary with the Global Ministries…
Civil strife and famine in South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, are tearing thousands of people from their homes, leading to starvation and lack of access to clean water.
The 29th Eurasia-Central Asia Consultation of In Mission Together will meet May 5¬6, 2017 at the Baltimore-Washington Conference center, Fulton, Mary land the theme of this Consultation is “Mission Movement”
Through JFON’s annual report, 8,940 cases were recorded including advice and counsel to clients, family reunification and work authorization to name a few.
This order limits access to our nation by the most vulnerable people in the world—those we are called to serve.
Global Health celebrates International Women’s Day
A broad network of 37 Protestant and Orthodox Christian denominations will announce on Friday a campaign to mobilize its congregants — some 30 million Americans in all — to lobby the president and members of Congress to rescind the executive orders.
Church World Service and the National Council of Churches today unveiled a national grassroots initiative in support of refugees, led by churches representing 30 million Americans and 37 denominations.
This program reaches women in Zambia and Zimbabwe, supporting entrepreneurs to break the poverty cycle in their families and communities.