I am Faith Tehillah Ndebele. I am Zimbabwean. I grew up there, and I came to Poland to study…
I have a passion for Moldova. The poor in Moldova struggle each day for food, clean water, medical care and housing.
It was a voice I knew very well. The tone and accent were familiar sounds that I had spent a lot of time with. Almost immediately, I was concerned.
Monika Bacik sank into one of the empty swings on the playground. Her young son, Niko, had bounded ahead joyfully when they arrived and was already visiting his favorite equipment. Monika brushed her blonde hair from her face. She needed to think. Just before she’d picked up her son from school, she’d gotten some troubling news.
Though we had less than a month, we gathered the funds needed for our trip and ITMI graciously partnered with us, and we were grateful to the Lord for His provision. Then a swine flu broke out in Ukraine, and we were strongly advised not to go by the Ministry of Health.
Twelve years ago, the city of Gniezno, Poland wanted ITMI’s Bread of Life and the Gniezno Church to open a soup kitchen and transition home for men. But, instead of helping Bread of Life and the church pay for it, they…
Amid yet another report of political rumblings in South Sudan, ITMI partner, Jahim Buli, is working relentlessly and selflessly on behalf of his people.
When ITMI’s Richard and Brooke Nungesser first arrived in Poland in 2001, their “primary work” was teaching English. God had other plans for the pair.
Brooke took one last look at the curb, and saw the backs of two of the children who were hoping for a ride to Bible Club but couldn’t fit in her small van. They were already leaving.
ITMI’s Timothy Keller, veteran in ministry all over Africa, aptly pointed out, “How do you help those with the greatest need in a community where everyone has little to nothing? Helping the poor in the third world has to be done very carefully….”