Thirsting for Change: The Global Struggle for Clean Water

Water, the essence of life, is an invaluable resource that sustains our planet and all its inhabitants. However, despite its apparent abundance, a shocking number of people worldwide face the harsh reality of inadequate access to clean water. This blog sheds light on the pervasive clean water problems across the globe, exploring the root causes, […]

Nourishing Hope: Tackling the Global Challenge of Food Scarcity

In a world abundant with resources, it is disheartening to acknowledge that millions of people still suffer from food scarcity. The disparity between the haves and the have-nots is glaring, as many regions grapple with the daunting challenge of ensuring that every individual has access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food. This blog delves into […]

An Opposer of CHE is TRANSFORMED!

While visiting the home office, Rhodora Mendoza, Area Coordinator for the Philippines, shared an interesting story with us. When we are doing God’s work, and then experience opposition or sabotage, it is a call for us to hold firm and continue without giving up. It is God who has called us to His mission field […]

Food Security – Join MAI in making a difference

Nearly one in three people in the world (2.37 billion) did not have access to adequate food in 2020; an increase of almost 320 million people in just one year. Countering food insecurity through agricultural training programs is crucial for developing countries. Samuel became passionate about this issue after attending a Community Health Evangelism (CHE) […]

“It Only Takes a Spark”

Remember that song called “Pass It On?” Here is a version you can listen to Rere is a woman from the Middle East North Africa (MENA) Region. She sets a beautiful example for us this month. Self-examination, prompted by a trainer, caused her to evaluate where she was in her relationship with the Lord. […]

Education is a Sure Way Out of Poverty

Education is a sure way out of poverty. Yes, it is! Especially, in this story from Nigeria, and bears out that the value of education is not something that can be imposed, but one that must be owned and valued by the community. However, the underlying poverty may be so excruciating that it is difficult […]

Creative Multiplication

On a recent trip to Cambodia, I  met a Christian brother by the name of Kimsong Haun who had attended an MAI Internship Training in the Philippines in 2012. Kimsong found creative ways of using the training he had received as a means to teach his people and share the Good News of the Gospel […]

Empowering Women

Our WCL (Women’s Cycle of Life) coordinator in Ethiopia, Sharon Abebe, shared this story with us when she visited the Home Office recently. It was very encouraging to hear about all the things God is doing in and through Sharon and the workers in Ethiopia. Here is her story: Sharon Abebe, the WCL (Women’s Cycle […]

Radio Interview: The Power of Community Healthcare

In this interview, Dr. Ravi Jayakaran, President of Medical Ambassadors International, shares insights about the nonprofit’s Community Health Evangelism programs, aimed at improving health and well-being in underprivileged communities worldwide. Discover how this organization is working towards its mission of supporting global health through community-based initiatives. Listen to this episode and learn how you can […]

Leading by Example!

Our MAI teams in the field follow an interesting strategy when working with communities. Like the Apostle Paul did (2 Timothy 2:2), they pray for a Person of Peace in the new community to which God leads them. Then they use the connections that they have, to reach out to the new community. As they […]