JJ and Tim TenClay

War. Persecution. Natural disaster. Whatever the cause, imagine leaving everything you know to travel to another country. Travel is difficult, even deadly. Often times, when arriving at the new country, refugees are not allowed in and are housed in poorly constructed camps. All because a mother wants education for her children. A father wants safety for his family. A grandfather wants to be treated with dignity.

Bob and Amy Abel

Book a dinner reservation, text a friend, say a prayer—these are all things you can do in 30 seconds. In that same amount of time, two children are sold for the first time into sex slavery. That adds up to 3,300 per day and 1.2 million sold each year. The only way to combat those numbers is through prevention. Remember Nhu provides freedom for children around the world by ending the supply of vulnerable children for the sex trade. Through the gospel, the children also receive freedom for eternity.

Brian & Donna Renes

Everyone should have access to the Bible in their heart language—from Scandinavia to Chiapas, Mexico, from South Sudan to Bali, Indonesia. With every project, Brian Renes and his team work steadily and patiently to translate, revise, and fine-tune over 30,000 verses in each language. In some areas, finding local support is difficult, but that is always Brian’s goal. A person in-country knows the local language and can give more frequent support to Bible translators, almost always lending to a greater quality translation.