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's 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.
Randy Wesnitzer served with Samaritan's Purse in northern Iraq and used balloons to connect with Syrian refugee children.
Ronnie and Beth Busbin give thanks to God for guiding them to serve on Team Patriot and provide relief in Jesus’ Name to victims of tornadoes in Dallas.
Just after Christmas, members of the Graham family traveled to the hurricane-hit Bahamas to hand out Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes filled with gifts. The Gospel was shared as children learned about the Lord Jesus Christ, the greatest gift of all.
Eight-year-old Votey lives in a slum in Cambodia, but says she felt "loved by God" when she received a gift-filled Operation Christmas Child shoebox and was able to celebrate the joy of Christmas.
Miss Angel, who faithfully serves her community in Jesus' Name, gives thanks to God for sending Samaritan's Purse to Chipley, Florida, to rebuild her house after it was severely damaged by Hurricane Michael.
Josue participated in the first Greatest Journey class in Pifo, Ecuador, 10 years ago after receiving an Operation Christmas Child gift-filled shoebox. He committed his life to Christ after learning in the course that Jesus died for his sins.
Team Patriot volunteers from Samaritan's Purse repaired the home of Army veteran Manuel Vega in Woodsboro, Texas, after it was damaged by Hurricane Harvey. The team also rebuilt his daughter's house that was destroyed by the storm.
Manny Ma shares his story of how he became a Christian at age 57 while working as a volunteer at an Operation Christmas Child collection center in Boise, Idaho.
Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas, is empowering fourth grade students to make a difference in the lives of children in need around the world by helping to collect 1,000 Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts.
Veronica Miranda received an Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift when she was 13 and lived in an orphanage in Mexico. The gift made her realize how much God loved her. Now, she packs shoeboxes to send to kids in need because she knows that every box matters.