A dedicated group of cyclists and support crew have set off on a gruelling 4,200 km ride across Australia, to raise $1 million for children in poverty.
The overwhelmingly positive impact that a ‘Miracle’ of sight can have on a family is seen in the stories of people like Raoul, Margil and Aljon.
An estimated 94 million have cataracts, clouding their vision, and causing permanent blindness if left untreated. Miracles Day changes that.
By saving her pocket money for two months and wearing an eye patch, 12-year-old Caitie hopes to motivate others to donate to Miracles Day.
Matthew was just one when his parents discovered he had a sight impairment. His cataracts had him turned away from pre-school at the age of four.
An Australian school teacher taking on Act For Peace’s Ration Challenge – living off refugee rations for a week – and is calling others to join him.
Akos Balogh spoke to a Hungarian Christian aid worker to hear about the 350,000 Ukrainian refugees in Hungary and how they’re being supported.
Samaritan’s Purse has feet on the ground in Ukraine and explains why when a disaster happens they want to be there helping people in a practical way.
Theatre nurse Merryl Mackenzie shares how her world changed when she volunteered for Mercy Ships for the first time 14 years ago.
Kabul, Afghanistan has fallen to the Taliban, but the Christian charity will continue to provide humanitarian aid to its embattled people.