One Family’s Love

Jingyun and her twin sister brought such joy to their parents when they came into this world together, 13 years ago. They were like angels to their mother and father. When the twins were about 6 months old, their mother noticed a difference between the two girls. A medical examination revealed that Jingyun had cerebral … Continue reading One Family’s Love

Hope for Tomorrow

The gift of mobility can help lift others up, not just physically, but emotionally as well. Take the story of Aishat, a 7-year-old girl in Nigeria. Aishat contracted polio at an early age. Overwhelmed, Aishat’s father abandoned the family, leaving her mother to care for their daughter on her own while fighting the stigma of … Continue reading Hope for Tomorrow

Working Together for Good

With an estimated 100 million people in need of mobility aids globally, the distribution of free wheelchairs is a monumental undertaking that requires like-minded partners around the world, working together towards a shared goal. The Red Cross is one such partner. They recently delivered 60 wheelchairs to people with disabilities in El Salvador in cooperation … Continue reading Working Together for Good

Going Places

Maria’s mother had been praying for her to have a better, healthier life. She was born prematurely seven years ago and suffers from spina bifida. At three months of age, Maria was diagnosed with retinopathy of prematurity, an eye condition that could result in blindness. Then, a widespread infection further aggravated her health when she … Continue reading Going Places

#2wksoflove Day 7: Compassion

Finally, all of you, be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate and humble.  (1 Peter 3:8 NIV) Love involves sympathy, compassion, and humility. Whom can you show compassion towards today? Suggestions: Visit residents at a nursing home. Reach out to someone you know is having a hard time. Give towards a good cause. … Continue reading #2wksoflove Day 7: Compassion

#2wksoflove Day 5: Love in Action

If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person?  Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. (1 John 3:17-18 NIV) We’re called to love with actions, … Continue reading #2wksoflove Day 5: Love in Action

Another type of miracle

This picture was taken in Costa Rica. I know what you’re thinking– where’s the wheelchair recipient? Did he miraculously get up and start walking? No, but another type of miracle took place. The man in the background, making a phone call, is the mayor of a small town near the Nicaraguan border. He had taken … Continue reading Another type of miracle