Ministry Partners

  • Egypt is a collision between the modern and ancient worlds. Pyramids rise out of the desert sands while Cairo’s skyscrapers form a contemporary monument to progress and power. Egypt also faces modern challenges. Half of all Egypt’s children live in poverty, and girls are particularly vulnerable to risks associated with poverty such as prostitution, trafficking, […]

  • New Delhi’s rapid growth and industrialization have led to the city boasting India’s second highest per capita income. 64% of the population still lives in poverty. Half of New Delhi’s 1.9 million children live in slums and squatter communities, lacking access to nutrition, education, and basic healthcare. Sugandh means “fragrance” in Hindi, and the Sugandh Society brings […]

  • Mumbai is India’s largest and most Westernized city, but it is also home to many who live in extreme poverty. Crime, prostitution, and drugs are prevalent. Many of Mumbai’s residents live in hovels and slums. In this challenging environment, South Mumbai Centre (Valley of Praise) is drawing the people of Mumbai to offer praise to […]

  • Argentina is the eighth largest country in the world. Nestled at the southern tip of South America, Argentina is known for its beautiful beaches, rich grasslands, and majestic mountains. Though the Gauchos have all but disappeared, their influence is still felt and celebrated in Argentina’s culture. But Argentina is more than tango and football. Argentina […]

  • The area of the world now known as Pakistan was once a cradle of ancient civilizations. The only nation to be created specifically as a place for Islam, Pakistan is 95 percent Muslim. While ethnically and linguistically diverse, the country is predominantly poor. Government corruption and terrorism are continuing threats. The Pakistan Fellowship of Evangelical […]

  • Over 40 percent of Myanmar’s residents are poor or extremely poor. Houses are built on stilts to keep them out of range of the frequent floods. Poverty often leads families to abandon their elderly, and many families are too poor to care for their children. Widows and orphans are among the most vulnerable. Mustard Seed […]

  • Lidia came to MISUR’s San Genaro project when she was seven years old. She became an orphan at age ten. MISUR gave her a safe place to grow and helped provide her with food, education, and a spiritual foundation. Lidia became a Christian when she was 14 and was able to attend nursing school with […]

  • Cesar was four years old when his mother was killed by her stepfather. As he grew, Cesar’s anger made him a difficult child. Eventually, he left home to live on the streets and became involved with drugs and prostitution. His anger and determination to avenge his mother led him to a life of crime. After […]

  • China’s orphanages were once filled with healthy baby girls. But as China has relaxed its one-child policy, that situation has changed. Today, 98 percent of China’s orphans are disabled children, and the number of orphans in China grows by between 30,000 and 50,000 children each year. Parents unable to care for their disabled children often […]

  • Brazil is a nation of contrasts. Although Brazil’s economy is one of the largest in the world, not everyone has benefited from the rapid economic expansion. Brazil has the most unequal distribution of income of all nations in the world (other than South Africa). This stark economic inequality has led to great increases in drug […]