International aid stretches to many regions. Billy Graham’s son, Franklin, has a ministry, “Samaritan’s Purse.” They give abundant outreach to provide for the needs of people in war-torn, economically deficient and weather damaged areas. Samaritan’s Purse provides evangelistic training, medical, education/literacy, construction and feeding programs. They also have a program called, “Operation Christmas Child.”

Joyce Meyer World Missions has an international ministry outreach called, “Hand of Hope.” It provides free medical and dental care among other vital services.

Haiti is once again in dire need of aid due to Hurricane Matthew. Disaster relief is in motion for that area and others affected by Matthew. Rebuilding is an enormous task. International help is essential to restore stability to the subject regions. It is deeply heartening to know that caring, skilled and qualified folks are willing to assist and follow through with performances that considerably impact in meaningful ways.

Global helpers fill critical needs, and much gratitude flows for what they do to spread care through multiple actions on behalf of needy people. It is such a joy to know that love demonstrations continue on global scales.
Mark 16:15 – KJV says, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Yes, the plans of our Lord are vast. Love travels broadly because of folks who care to give generously and unselfishly. The words of Jesus live on through actions of folks who care and share.

The Bible also tells us in James 2:17 – KJV, “Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.” Immense appreciation extends to the many folks who do actions that prove that their faith is not dead but real in applications.

Scriptural teachings continue to be instrumental in guiding our ways spiritually, mentally and physically. What we learn from Bible content is global and way beyond.

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Sandra Hicks

Sandra is a native of Washington D.C. who joyously walks with God, and firmly believes in the steadfast flow of love and truth. She is president of a home-based business that specializes in writing, editing, consulting and retail sales of photo products. Her published pieces include essays, inspirational topics and stories, reflections, commentaries, and poetry. In January 2011, one of her inspirational pieces was selected as a Jewel Chest feature on a Christian website. Sandra enjoys photography and snaps shots often in her hometown of Washington, D.C.

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