Combating the "brain drain" in Nigeria

Rose wanted to do something about the health crisis in Nigeria. But she didn’t have the proper medical training or the ability to go back to school. She didn't know how she could make a difference, 

But God had placed a desire in Rose’s heart to be bold. 

When Rose looked around her she saw people suffering from malaria, diarrhea, and pneumonia. In Nigeria preventable diseases and illnesses are the leading causes of death—average life expectancy is just 50 years old. A lack of available medical care and prevention contribute to this...

The Greatest Blessing

During life’s darkest moments, the light of God’s love shines the brightest. Driving through the neighborhoods in Panama City, Florida, it is easy to be shocked by the severity of the damage. Hurricane Michael’s category 4 winds ripped apart homes, blew in walls, and displaced thousands. Yet mingled with the loss and the heartbreak, there is still hope even in the wake of devastation...

I am forever changed after volunteering in Malawi

In the fall of 2018, my life was forever changed after I participated in Kingdom Workers’ Service Immersion trip to Malawi. The people I met and the experiences I had taught me so much about myself and the world around me. I left feeling as though I had been given just as much, if not more, than I had given to the people we served...

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