In 1960, Ruby Bridges became one of the first African American children to integrate into an all-white New Orleans school, where she endured months of threats, protests, and confinement. Today, she shares how overcoming racism takes the heart of a child.
What are you thankful for? That's the question we asked some kids and young adults... and here's what they had to say.
FIlmmaker Casey Walker discusses her "Lost Kites" doumentary that seeks answers to the global orphan crisis.
Melody lost a baby, struggled through years of infertility and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Still, she knew God had a plan.
A "School of Discipleship" in Western Kenya is saving lives of children from dying of AIDS. Hear the amazing story from Bob and Mallory Boyd, and how they have taken the program from 200 to over 100,00 students in 142 schools.
Pastor John Wiley shares how a former hosptial becomes a place of hope and refuge for homeless families. See how love is giving them a fresh start.
Kenton Lee is a 2010 Regent grad with a Master's in Organizational Leadership. He developed a forever fitting shoe for children in the developing world after working as a missionary for months
The children of refugees are often the victims caught in the middle of the Syrian crisis. Hundreds of thousands of children face a lonely existence inside refugee camps. But one Christian group in Lebanon is working to educate these kids, teach them about the Bible, and Jesus. Abigail Robertson has that story.
In the gospels of Matthew and Luke, you can read the Christmas story from two different perspectives. But we're about to show you a version you won't see anywhere else: The nativity story told by children.
Terry Meeuwsen started Orphan's Promise ten years ago - thanks to a vision and a dream that began when she met three sisters from the Ukraine.
You can support the work of Orphan's Promise by going here.
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