• Famine plagues South Sudan

      March 22, 2017 | Nicole Kallestad, Partners International Intern

        People in South Sudan are starving. Due to tribal fighting, many people have left the countryside for larger towns, including Juba. Others are fleeing the country altogether unable to cultivate their own land. Some schools in Juba have begun distributing food to their students because there is nothing at home for the children to eat and … Read more

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      How to help refugees now from here

      January 31, 2017 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

        All the world is watching while a humanitarian crisis of historical proportions continues to unfold. An estimated 11 million people have fled their homes in Syria to escape violence and possible death. They join refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries in conflict.   Nations, including our own, are grappling with how to respond. … Read more

    • Top 10 of 2016

      December 31, 2016 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

          This past year has been one of answered prayer, new endeavors and cross-pollination. And you, through your prayers and finances, had an important part in it. Here are the top 10 things you helped us accomplish in 2016 through your giving and prayer:   10. In July, fighting broke out in South Sudan, … Read more

    • Three reasons to make your year-end gift to Muslim Outreach

      December 27, 2016 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

          The end of the year is approaching fast! We hope you will  give a year-end gift to a cause that will make real impact.     Here are three reasons to make a gift to our Muslim Outreach fund:   1. Your gift will have double the impact! We have a $140,000 challenge match, so … Read more

    • Muslim outreach: persecuted but not abandoned

      December 20, 2016 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

        Sudan is a place where the government is systematically rooting out Christians. Just as churches begin to bud, they are often squashed and scattered.   Abdo* was a Sudanese church planter doing outreach in the Darfur area. He was arrested for sharing his faith and thrown in jail. The jailers beat him relentlessly, until … Read more

    • The top three Harvest of Hope gifts you can give

      December 13, 2016 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

        If you are like us, sometimes the least reached places feel far away. They feel, well, out of reach. Think about it. What hurdles would it involve for you to go minister in Pakistan or Sudan? A lengthy visa process. A language you don’t know. People who may not be welcoming to an outsider. … Read more

    • You bring light to a dark place

      December 6, 2016 | Larry D. Andrews

      Because of you, God is moving among Muslims in difficult places in historic ways.   Over the last year, the Lord has been leading Partners International to bring our ministry partners together to reach Muslims. The Lord has used this time to allow our partners to learn from each other and join forces in their … Read more

    • Give hope on Giving Tuesday

      November 29, 2016 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

        It can be miles into the jungles of Cambodia, or across the deserts of Africa. Our ministry partners’ workers and their families often walk long distances to reach the villages where they serve.   Something like a bike or motorbike seems like a small thing, but to them, it represents hope. Hope they can … Read more