At the close of this year, we have the privilege of “being light” to displaced, marginalized, and suffering people in the United States and nearly 70 countries.
CAMA (the relief and development arm of The Alliance) and Alliance workers opened the New Life Center earlier this year in the heart of last year’s earthquake and tsunami devastation. Traumatized survivors are finding that Jesus is the rebuilder of shattered lives.
International workers are helping Alliance churches to provide for the physical and spiritual needs of thousands of refugees. Most have no assurance that they’ll be able to return to their homeland and are desperately seeking the hope that only Jesus brings.
CAMA workers at the Agape Center are helping to rehabilitate children and adults who’ve been told they’ll never walk again. Patients are seeing glimpses of a Heavenly Father who cares deeply for them—body and soul.
Hands That Heal Video (4:21)
The Agape Center in Kosovo is making a difference in the lives of physically challenged children and adults. With limited resources, CAMA worker Di Ullrich is providing occupational therapy services that are rare in this small Balkan country.
Check out these promotional resources designed to help Alliance pastors promote the Alliance Year-End Offering.