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Bringing Bibles and Supplies to Refugee Children in Burma

Bringing Bibles and Supplies to Refugee Children in Burma

His Feet recently took a trip deep into Thailand along the Thai/Burma border. Our objective was to visit and bring relief to two schools that His Feet has been supporting for a few years now. One of the Children’s refuge home is deep in the jungles of Burma housing around 60 displaced children. The other Refugee school is on the Thai side and has been a faithful Bible school for young Thai men and women Refugees of Karen minority. The…

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Inside War-Torn Burma

Inside War-Torn Burma

The chuff-chuff-whup-whup sounds get louder and louder. These sounds are normally the only warning that MuoNi Po and her family have when they are about to suffer another air attack from Russian made helicopters operated by the Burmese Army. If the gunfire starts and bombs explode that means, it’s already too late to run and hide.   A little over two-weeks ago my son CM and I left for Thailand to follow up with several partners.  Within 72 hours of arriving, we…

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Ukraine Relief: Orphans, Special Needs, Refugees

Ukraine Relief: Orphans, Special Needs, Refugees

Picture this: You just got yourself, your family, and 32 others OUT of an extremely risky war torn place. How do you get the courage to go back into that place? The answer is love, God compels us to put his love into action through faith. A great preacher once said that Faith is spelled R-I-S-K. This is what happened to Jed and Kim when Russia Invaded Ukraine. During the Invasion Jed led His family and 32 others out of Ukraine. Once…

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Forgotten Community Becomes the Blessed Community

Forgotten Community Becomes the Blessed Community

The Blessed Community In Their Own WordsThe following excerpt comes from our key partners in the Philippines:It’s been over a month since the first food distribution in the “Forgotten Community”. Somehow we have planted a small seed of faith in their hearts. They are excited every Wednesday because it’s the Bible study that our team started. This is a time of refreshing, praising, and worshipping our God. Not everybody in the community has heard the gospel. Many of them are still hesitant to…

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Covid-19 Pandemic relief

Covid-19 Pandemic relief

Covid -19 Urgent Relief Right now we are participating in what will soon be our largest relief effort to date. This current relief work is larger in scale than what we did for victims of China’s 2008 Sichuan earthquake and the Nepal earthquake of 2015.  Why? Because the whole world has been affected by Covid-19. In some of Asia’s most vulnerable places the poor are living on the verge of starvation. Lockdowns from Covid-19 have put these people who were already living in poverty…

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FRISBEE WITH A LEPROSY BROTHER

FRISBEE WITH A LEPROSY BROTHER

On a recent trip to a leprosy quarantine village The small team I was leading from the U.S. and I got to share in experiencing something very unique for the first time! We had arrived at the closest known spot to the Leprosy village to park. As James King, a team member, was offloading the bundles of brand new jackets from the roof rack, Curtis Dukes, a team member, noticed a rubber Frisbee in the S.U.V. He grabbed the Frisbee and we started…

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Releasing the Grip of Idolatry

Releasing the Grip of Idolatry

      Several studies corroborate the statistic that 85% of those who believe in Jesus make that life-changing decision before the age of 18. In China alone there are around 300,000,000 people under the age of 18. If the body of Christ doesn’t reach them with the gospel many of these young people are destined to a  life filled with the worship of idols and then eternity without God. This frightening statement from missiologist Christopher Wright shows the detrimental…

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Crashing the Wildman Party

Crashing the Wildman Party

The remote, mountaintop village of Xinhua looked deserted as I and some team members pulled our vehicle to a stop at the edge of town. We soon discovered that almost the entire village had congregated at what might be called their “fairgrounds” to celebrate a festival called (according to the best translation I can come up with) the “Welcome the Wild Man Festival,” and we were just in time to join the party! (As the only foreigner there I wondered…

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Love Conquers Leprosy

Love Conquers Leprosy

How one man’s daughter (and granddaughter) bring joy to his heart—as well as to a community Dear Friend of His Feet International, Grandchildren are a joy and a comfort to most grandparents, but few elderly leprosy patients ever get to experience that pleasure. That’s because so many feared catching the dreaded disease prior to the introduction of effective medicines in the 1970s (and irrational fear and superstition still keeps many away). And that’s why patients were exiled to remote colonies,…

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Helicopters, Tarps, and Miracles in Nepal

Helicopters, Tarps, and Miracles in Nepal

Tuesday May 12, 2015 Update on His Feet International Earthquake Relief Fund in Nepal Title: Miracles, Helicopters, and Tarps in Nepal Today another 7.4 earthquake rattled Nepal. This is less than 2 ½ weeks after the 8.4 quake that affected nearly 8 million people. Since the time of the first earthquake we have been in consistent communication with my good friend of more than ten years, Noel Isaacs. Noel oversees 8 churches in Nepal.  Noel is His Feet International’s representative…

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