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Samaritan's Purse
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Helping victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease & famine in Jesus' Name.
Helping victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease & famine in Jesus' Name.

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Praise God! There have been 27 survivors from our case managements centers at Foya and at ELWA Hospital in Monrovia. “I thank God for the Samaritan’s Purse staff for sharing the information with me, and encouraging me to go to the health center.” -Harrison Sakela. Meet Liberia's first Ebola survivor: http://bit.ly/1r7lEOO

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"I had five children and no way to support them. We were forced to move in with my father, who is older and sick. We had no income, no social standing, and suffered constantly from hunger and sickness."-Georgette, a Samaritan's Purse beneficiary, shares how her the agriculture program changed her family's lives: http://bit.ly/1r1SNvk

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URGENT PRAYER NEED: Samaritan's Purse is racing to stop the rapid spread of Ebola viral disease in West Africa. Our medical personnel are putting their lives on the line to provide direct care to patients at two case management centers in Liberia. Our awareness campaign is reaching hundreds of thousands of people with potentially life-saving education through radio, TV, fliers, and church and community leadership. Please pray for the containment of this Ebola outbreak, which has already claimed more lives than any previous incidence of this dreaded and highly contagious disease. Read more from one of our doctors on the ground. http://bit.ly/1s2zfdJ

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What if you sent your first grader to a school without any toilets or clean drinking water? What if your child didn’t even know how to use a toilet? This is the story of one school and how the community stood up to take action and improve the lives and education of their children. http://bit.ly/1pWC4Jl

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PRAYER NEED: The terrifying and highly contagious Ebola virus has reemerged in West Africa, bringing the death toll from the disease to 340 and climbing. Please pray for our medical team as they provide direct clinical care to those infected with the disease. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/1woj9uP

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“I have yet to meet anybody who is part of Samaritan’s Purse that is not on fire for God to reach out to people, whether they’re hurting in a tornado or they’re hurting from an injury serving our country,”-Vaughn Ticknor, who has served with Samaritan's Purse Disaster Response teams in four states since 2012 and now at Operation Heal Our Patriots. Volunteers play a crucial role in creating an environment conducive to military couples finding the healing in Christ that they need. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1pHR5P1

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"Grace had been born with a large spinal malformation where an abnormal opening of the spinal cord allows the nerves and fluid to come out at the base of her spine. When we met her 14 months later, the skin covering the swelling was paper thin and ready to burst open." Dr. Elliott Tennpenny, shares Grace's miracle story here: http://bit.ly/1pHHIif

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Aníbal José Madriz, a beekeeper who attended training through Samaritan's Purse, shares how he produced more than expected and was able support his family and help others in ways he never thought possible. http://bit.ly/1qQf8PB

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Only 4 hours left! Thanks to many generous donations 85,563 more children will be discipled through The Greatest Journey. But many more are still waiting. Can you help us reach our goal to disciple 240,000 children by Midnight (EST)? Click here to help disciple children ▶ http://bit.ly/1wC3Nml
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Traditionally in Niger, it’s considered women’s work to collect water. Between walking, waiting, and carrying, the task can take several hours each day. See how a new well brings healthy water and changes lives for the women living in this small village: http://bit.ly/1sCdl2a
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