Will you channel your love into immediate action when disaster strikes?
Alina and Denis in Ukraine
In Ukraine, Alina Rasulova — a loving mother and kindergarten teacher — lost everything when Russian troops invaded. Hungry and scared, she also worried about her young son, Denis, who couldn’t get his first-year immunizations because they had no access to medical care. Her community is still enduring bombing attacks and struggling through shortages of supplies, electricity, warm meals and clean water.
Nafy and her children in South Sudan
In South Sudan, Nafy David and her children had to flee devastating flooding in the middle of the night. They survived a perilous 10-day journey to an overcrowded displacement camp through waist-deep waters. The region’s once-lush farmlands are now completely underwater — threatening famine and causing water-related illnesses, like cholera and malaria. The livelihoods of over 1 million of God’s children in South Sudan have been destroyed.
Mom, I want to go to sleep, but I don’t want to wake up anymore.