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Giving a Christmas Miracle

2,000 years ago, God came to us as a child. When he felt hungry or cold or sick, all baby Jesus could merely cry, utterly dependent on the loving attention of two earthly first-time parents. In this act of ultimate humility and love, Jesus began His sacrificial mission to give the most hateful, ungrateful people the most beautiful, transformative gift: salvation.

This Christmas, you too can give a life-impacting gift through the GlobalFingerprints ministry.

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Part 3: GlobalFingerprints Doctor Shares Liberia Experience

Dr. Staab had the pleasure of witnessing GlobalFingerprint’s successful partnership in Liberia, a country located on the West African Coast, this past April! He shares how our partnerships with these local churches has grown since our initial launch and offers key insights on what this momentous success looks like across

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Save the date!

Parents play a powerful role in society, so what happens when they’re gone? Studies reveal that fatherlessness devastates children tangibly, contributing to 63% of youth suicides, 71% of teen pregnancies, 71% of high school dropouts, and 85% of youth in prison. Although the effects of motherlessness are not as well

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Part 1: GlobalFingperints Doctor Shares Liberia Experience

Over the next seveal blog posts we are excited to share a unique perspective of the GlobalFingerprints program with you! Dr. Dave Staab serves as one of ReachGlobal’s staff doctors, and has served on a medical team that recently visited GlobalFingerprints’ Liberia Site as well! “When our medical team arrived

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Celebrating New GlobalFingerprints Sites

Over the past 16 years, GlobalFingerprints has grown from serving children in the Democratic Republic of Congo to serving over 4800 children in 11 different countries. God continues to provide opportunities for partnership and growth. We are excited to share the launch of two new GlobalFingerprints sites in Nagpur, India,

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Our Values

 Ministry is beautiful, fulfilling, and very difficult work. Every missionary makes sacrifices to serve those in spiritual and material need, from moving across the world to enduring difficult travel to remote villages to risking persecution. Most days, the work is characterized more by mundane faithfulness than miracles. Here are three of the values

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How GlobalFingerprints Got Started

In 1922, Titus Johnson arrived in Congo, Central Africa, now known as The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Titus was a Bible College graduate who possessed an innate passion to serve the Congolese people. Titus immersed himself in African culture and society straightaway, learning Lingala, a local trade language. From

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Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention month and we wanted to raise awareness on this issue and share how GlobalFingerprints (GF) is actively working to address this global tragedy. The hard truth is that children around the world are maltreated each day often at the hands of those individuals whom

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