Journals
| Low Wages, Hard Labour: Yet Joy in the Lord!

With a warm smile and a winsome personality, Sashi is part of a large invisible cohort of more than 300,000 ‘Maids’ (domestic workers), labouring in Lebanese homes.

| Prayer Requests for Myanmar

Please join us in praying for the people of Burma/Myanmar. People often ask us if what they are reading and hearing from the media is true about changes in Myanmar.

| Mary Weaver, IM Staff Member, Reflects on Her Recent Trip to Cuba

My name is Mary Weaver, and I am the administrative assistant to Rev. Dr. José Norat Rodríguez, Area Director for Iberoamerica and the Caribbean with International Ministries. I have been working with José for almost 20 years and prior to José, I worked with Rev. Victor Mercado for 4 years. I would like to share my recent experience of my trip to Cuba.

| Valentines Greetings from Brazil

We apologize for sending out something that is not personal, but have been trying to find a way to make sure everybody receives a regular update on our ministry in Brazil.

| Little By Little We Draw Closer To Each Other

Just as the sun sets, the girls arrive in two vans which they have managed to squeeze in over forty people. Our neighbors can hear their excited voices squealing as they race up all the stairs to our door.

International Ministries logo | Bringing hope in Haiti, slow and steady

Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with eight out of ten people living in extreme poverty, is about the size of Maryland, and is located on the western half of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola.