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Since 1983, the Agape Clinic has provided quality health care services unconditionally to underserved people. Open seven days a week with an all-volunteer refugee clinic on Sundays, Agape is unique in that they do not turn anyone away.
This year marks three years strong. Not only has it become a tradition, but we love doing it, and it’s the right thing to do.
We collected prayer requests, but if the kids put their names on them, we had to destroy them. Their identity, as well as their person, is under constant protection.
Many kind and generous people give Harry food, clothing, and care items, for which I’m extremely grateful. Yet, inspired by God’s word through Paul’s sermons, I wanted to give him more.
When Christ spoke about helping the poor in ancient Palestine, he was talking about poverty levels and conditions similar to those of many people living in the Dominican Republic today. Loving our neighbors in this very poor country, with a mix...
It’s easy to look at abject poverty and want to pass by. But God’s love flourishes in the most unusual of places – sometimes under the canopy of a tree in the poorest of countries, where this microfinance team discovered it being cultivated.