by Hendrick Smidderks, pastor of Northwest FMC, Wichita, KS In the early 1950s Free Methodist missionaries were motivated by the lack of healthcare around their rural Mozambique mission station. Missionaries had been living there for some time, pursuing church planting and evangelism, but their hearts were burdened with the people’s

by Paul Olver Things grow wild in the tropics. The soil – often volcanic – is very fertile. Vegetation is lush and thick. There is an amazing variety of flowers and fruit. The thing is, plants grow really wild if untended. A vacant lot left without care very quickly grows

Friends of Hope Africa University recently announced that the African Mission Healthcare Foundation (AMHF) has awarded the inaugural Gerson L’Chaim prize of $500,000 to Dr. Jason Fader of Kibuye Hope Hospital in Burundi. Dr. Fader is the only surgeon at Kibuye Hope Hospital training medical students and caring for patients.

A team of 11 from the Garstang (UK) FMC, led by Gina (Long) Ramsden, recently volunteered at one of Thessaloniki’s 19 refugee camps and assisted in the Thessaloniki FMC’s drop-in center with kids activities, showers, English, dental care and eye glass fitting. The following report is written by one of

Christmas is being celebrated among refugees in Jordan. Refugees are looking to the God of hope, peace and love. The season is an opportunity for many to find the peace that only Jesus can give. The following story is from David* in Amman, Jordan. Thank you for your support; it

The transformation began in April 2015. A VISA team from Spring Arbor, MI, FMC arrived in Budapest, Hungary, to begin the process of making over the Ministry Center’s dark cellar into a useable space. American and Hungarian volunteers toiled side-by-side, rejoicing at the step-by-step progress. Sunday, November 27, 2016, a