GIVE NOW Zambia In 2015, the CIA estimated that 54.4% of Zambians live below the poverty line. Children living in poverty are more likely to experience illness due to unsafe water and poor sanitation and malnutrition. They are also more likely to be unable to attend school and finish their education. It could be for any […]
The kids were lining up in the narrow dusty “streets” of Modi Road slum in Bangalore, India in anticipation. The sweltering heat didn’t deter them, though there wasn’t much shade. Why? They were waiting for…
Eight-year-old Ayan thrashed and yanked violently against the chains his mother restrained him with. But it was futile. He couldn’t free himself from the chains that kept him inside the run-down shed made of asbestos sheets where his family squatted among 50,000 others in Bangalore, India.
The first days of summer camp 2017 were rough. It was early August. Instead of the normal anticipation and excitement that should have shrouded the beginning of the week, a cloud of negativity hung over the camp like smog.
If you wandered along the narrow corridors that serve as “streets” for foot-traffic only in a rough slum in a city on the other side of the world, you might see some shocking sights. If you were to traverse into the heart of this area, you’d see…
Many have died just attempting to cross the mainline train tracks and return home from getting water, but no safety precautions – not even a simple caution sign – have been enacted. Because those lives “don’t matter.” Slum residents literally live among the trash, as if they’ve accepted that it is what they are. They were completely forgotten and devalued. Trash. Until…
ITMI’s Dr. Piotr Zaremba wrote his supporters, “I remain chained to my desk.” Why would someone do this? Piotr had many good reasons. Discover 5 of them!
Last month, ITMI’s Excellence Christian Academy celebrated its 20th Birthday. That’s 20 years of shaping and molding young lives to understand the world from a Biblical perspective. That’s 20 years of reaching families and parents that haven’t necessarily heard the Good News. That’s 20 years of influence in the community of Kabwe, where ECA is located. That’s 20 years of impact on the country of Zambia. How are we doing this through a small Christian School in one city?
Viola couldn’t believe her ears. Could this be for real?
If stewardship is important to you, if you’d like maximize your impact, if you like tax deductions – and making a real difference at the same time, if the plight of the poor and marginalized are on your heart but you don’t know what to do about it; then this is the opportunity you’ve been looking for!