Jose, our twelve-year-old who is adjusting to a new eye prosthesis, returned home to his family for a period of grieving after his brother was killed by narco-traffickers. The family lives in poverty and despair alongside the city trash dump. Jose’s mom sees him following the same path as his older brother, whom he resembles in many ways. We have gone to see him
From the NCF website: “With every gift you release from your hands, you’re writing a new story for the people and causes you truly love.” Through our new partnership with the National Christian Foundation South Florida (NCFSF), you can use assets like stock and mutual funds to support our ministry. In return, you save taxes and give more. When you donate stock, you
Dear Friend, From the bottom of our hearts at Rancho Del Rey, we thank you for another year of Hurts Healed by Hope. We pray for you, too, that today you sense the healing touch of the Healer of the Nations. The boys and staff thank you for the ‘beautiful life’ they have at Rancho Del Rey.
Pedro’s mom says: “I have to choose between feeding my children and sending them to school.” She lives and works here, collecting and selling trash. She can’t read. She has never read a book or signed her name. She didn’t know the date of her child’s birthday. Neither did her son. She came to us for help and agreed to give Rancho Del Rey
More happy news! We have received the prestigious ECFA accreditation. The seal of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability indicates that we meet their seven standards of integrity, transparency, stewardship and intent. The lengthy process and good result honors the historical accountability of Hank and Anne Moller, founders, and continued practices of Daniel Moller and the leadership until this day. It means