For many women overseas, basic health care is a luxury few can afford. Poverty, gender inequality and lack of education hold many women captive to a life of despair. Discover how Southern Baptist missionaries are ministering to these and other women in “More precious than jewels,” an ongoing women’s health care series highlighting such issues as female genital mutilation, child-headed households, beggars living in slums, women prisoners and domestic abuse. Join in the global conversation to see you how can get involved and BE Jesus’ heart, hands and voice to women without hope.
- ‘Life is focused on just surviving day to day — and hoping there is food to eat and water to drink’
- Health care worker forever changed by dying woman’s faith
- Breaking the cycle
- Breast cancer survivor says you can’t ask ‘why’ question; you have to ask ‘what now.’
- Let it be me
- Sold, enslaved, abused: a woman’s plight