Franklin Graham, his wife Jane, and Michael W. Smith were among those who delivered Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes to children in need in Saipan.
Team Patriot provides military veterans an opportunity to serve together in the aftermath of devastating natural disasters.
We thank God for allowing Samaritan’s Purse to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the poor, sick, and suffering in more than 100 countries over the past 50 years.
Team Patriot responded after an EF1 tornado tore through Spartanburg, South Carolina, and damaged dozens of houses. These Samaritan’s Purse volunteers removed debris, cut downed trees, tarped roofs, and shared the hope of the Gospel with hurting homeowners.
Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are clearing yard debris, removing downed trees, and tarping damaged roofs in Spartanburg, S.C., after a powerful tornado through the town.
Jose Benitez, a pastor in Mexico, used Operation Christmas Child and The Greatest Journey to help start a church in the remote mountain village of La Laguna among the unreached Nahuatl people.
Ean Newell praises God for sending Samaritan’s Purse volunteers after a bushfire destroyed his house in Batemans Bay, Australia. They helped him sift through ashes for valuables, removed debris, and cut downed trees. Please pray for Ean and other hurting homeowners who have lost everything to the fires and for our teams as they provide relief and share the hope of the Gospel.
Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are in Batesman Bay, Australia, helping bushfire victims sift through ashes for valuables, remove debris, and cut downed and burnt trees—all in the Name of Jesus. Please pray for homeowners in harm’s way as wildfires continue to spread across Australia and for our teams as they bring relief to hurting families and share the hope of the Gospel.
Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are in DeSoto County, Mississippi, tarping roofs, cutting up downed trees, and removing debris from houses and yards damaged by two powerful tornadoes. Please pray for the hurting residents and for our teams as they not only provide relief but also share the Good News of Jesus Christ with the homeowners.
Over 200 people in South Sudan praise God for restoring their sight through cataract surgeries performed by doctors working with Samaritan’s Purse.
Sue Williams praises God for sending Samaritan Purse volunteers to tarp her damaged roof and remove debris from her yard after a tornado tore through her property in DeSoto County, Mississippi.
Samaritan’s Purse is helping people in South Sudan learn to read and write in their own language through our Bible literacy program, so they can understand the Scriptures for themselves.