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Mission stories told through a photographer’s lens
Through the horrors of ALS, Mary Harper glorified her God
Would you live life differently if you knew death was imminent?
Fleeing from the violence, yet struggling to survive, Syrians experience the scars, sorrow, and shadow of war.
Nine-year-old Minara* must beg every day to support her mother and sister, but dreams of one day having a better life.
Mickey Hennerman* has taken on a ‘Mr. Mom’ role so that his wife, Geri,* can reach a group he can’t — women and children.
The Light of Hope Learning Center transforms underprivileged girls’ lives through skills, education and love.
Don Rutledge called his photographs “windows on the soul” of his subjects. Here are a few from a long and historic career.
Hope and care in life, dignity and compassion in death for the street people of Bangalore are found at Home of Hope.
Less than 1 percent of Madagascar’s Deaf are disciples of Jesus Christ. So why did God send a hearing church to reach them?
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