New Releases

Crisis & Disaster Response

Volunteer Angels

Samaritan's Purse is still at work bringing relief to devastated homeowners in Panama City, Florida, more than four months after Hurricane Michael slammed ashore. One homeowner, Mary Armstrong, gives thanks to God for the many Samaritan's Purse volunteer "angels" He sent to help remove debris from her house.

Medical Ministries

Building Trust

Through our Ebola Treatment Center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Samaritan's Purse medical staff is building trust with local communities by educating them about Ebola, screening and isolating those with symptoms before they can infect others, and then celebrating with the patients when they return healthy to their homes.

Operation Heal Our Patriots

A New Peace

Army Staff Sergeant John Hosea was severely wounded in Afghanistan and his combat-related injuries threatened to destroy his marriage. His wife, Sara, reached out to Operation Heal Our Patriots for help. She applied to the program, and they were accepted to go to Samaritan Lodge Alaska for a week of marriage enrichment. There, God brought a new peace to their lives and their marriage.

Women & Children

Miigaa's Story: Hearts Healed, Lives Transformed

Through our Children's Heart Project, Miigaa, then a 14-year-old girl living in Mongolia, received lifesaving surgery and later accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. Now an adult, Miigaa is giving back and helping heal the hearts and lives of others as she studies to become a cardiologist.

Crisis & Disaster Response

Love Your Neighbor

Billy Graham powerfully reminds us that "love is the medicine for the sickness of the world" and that every hurting person on earth is our neighbor who Jesus commands us to love.

Feeding Programs

Food Distributions Continue in South Sudan

Samaritan's Purse distributes food on a monthly basis to refugees in South Sudan who are fleeing violence. We count it a privilege to serve them and be the hands and feet of Jesus.

Women & Children

Bat-Ulzii's Story: From Patient to Pastor

When Bat-Ulzii was 13 years old he learned he had a heart problem. Lifesaving surgery could not be performed in Mongolia, but through our Children's Heart Project he received the necessary operation in Texas—and came to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Now, years later, he is a pastor serving a local congregation in Mongolia.

Medical Ministries

In His Hands

Maryelis, a 9-year-old Venezuelan girl, asks for God to help her economically devastated country where food and money are scarce. She and her mother are among those we've treated at our free medical clinics over the border in Colombia.

Women & Children

An Open Heart

Children's Heart Project, a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, arranged life-saving heart surgery in 2016 for Munkh-Ulzii, a young girl living in Mongolia. On the day of the operation in the Cayman Islands, our staff shared the Gospel with Munkh-Ulzii's mother who invited Jesus Christ into her heart.

Crisis & Disaster Response

Time for a New Beginning

Homeowners whose houses burned to the ground during the devastating Camp Fire in Paradise, California, are finding hope to start again. Samaritan's Purse staff and volunteers continue to share God's love with residents and help them locate treasured possessions in the ashes.

Operation Christmas Child

Shoeboxes Lead to Church Planting in Togo

The arrival of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes in Togo, Africa, helped a local pastor lead a community away from spirit worship to following the Lord Jesus Christ. A Bible study began for kids through The Greatest Journey, our discipleship program, then resulted in a church being planted in the area.

Operation Christmas Child

Ernesto's Story: Passing On the Greatest Gift

Ernesto, a troubled young boy living in Mazatlan, Mexico, was excited when he received his very own soccer ball in an Operation Christmas Child shoebox. After giving his life to Christ, Ernesto's behavior radically changed. Now, he uses the ball to help share Jesus with his friends.

Medical Ministries

Venezuelans Find Shelter in Colombia

Samaritan’s Purse is providing food, shelter, and other essential items to thousands of Venezuelans who are fleeing economic ruin in their own country to seek a better life in Colombia.

Operation Christmas Child

25 Years of Shoeboxes Celebrated in Charlotte

Franklin Graham, along with hundreds of processing center volunteers, celebrated 25 years of what God has done through Operation Christmas Child.

Construction Projects

Rebuilding What ISIS Tore Down

Samaritan's Purse is restoring hundreds of houses destroyed by ISIS on the Nineveh Plains, so that Iraqi Christians can return home with dignity and rebuild their lives. Franklin Graham recently visited the area to see the project's progress.