Matt Sorger Ministries has partnered with Children’s Centers in Africa through IRIS Ministries and has supported the work of caring for children that have no natural earthly family. These children live at the centers and are provided education, discipleship, housing, vocational training, fun activities, presents, food, clothing, medical care, and of course love and hugs. These children are given a new identity and a new hope. They no longer look at themselves as orphans, but as children of God.
Your partnership with MSM has helped us to see these children thrive and become leaders in the Kingdom of God and in their nations. Your giving and prayers make a tremendous impact. God’s love has a way of transforming and healing these broken children, bringing them into the amazing future God has for them.
Through feeding outreaches, our desire has been to give hope to children and families by giving them the nourishment and food they need to live. We’re also helping children with basic education and sharing the story of God’s great love. Lives are being saved by a simple meal and changed by the love of God.
Some children who come to receive food have experienced the pain of neglect and abuse. For some young people, the love and care they receive through the feeding programs MSM supports, is the only thing keeping them from going into a life of sex trafficking.
And our impact goes far beyond the lives of the children. Because of our compassionate outreaches, many of their parents accept Christ and begin to attend local church.
Matt Sorger Ministries has formed a ministry partnership with Iris Ministries and Rolland and Heidi Baker. As a ministry MSM has partnered with the drilling of water wells in Mozambique, Africa. Thanks to our donors and partners we have drilled 4 wells in Africa.
Many villages across the world do not have a clean water supply, and people are sick and dying as a result. In response, Iris Ministries became more holistic in their approach to missions; they had no choice. When people are thirsty and starving, the holiest thing we can do is offer a cold drink of water.
After many technical and government delays, Iris’s well-drilling program is moving ahead rapidly making a tremendous difference in the quality of life of many villages. Iris is one of the few organizations that has the equipment and government permission to drill wells throughout Mozambique. Coinciding with well-drilling, they are planting churches and providing both living water and clean water. Team-members live among the villagers in the bush and offer living water, Jesus Himself. "Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst" (Jn. 4:13-14).
Nearly one billion people have no access to clean, safe water. The dirty water they do have makes them sick. It robs children of hope, but it doesn't have to be that way.
We know that when a well is installed for a village, girls return to school. Women begin small businesses. Men are no longer too sick to work. Fields are watered and food supply becomes more reliable. Health returns and children grow up to be productive members of their community. The cycle of poverty is broken. Lives change.
Did you know that half of the world's hospital beds are filled with people suffering from a water related disease? In developing countries, about 80% of illnesses are linked to poor water and sanitation conditions. One out of every five deaths under the age of five worldwide is due to a water related disease. Clean and safe water is essential to healthy living.
Tiny worms and bacteria live in water naturally. Most of the bacteria are harmless, but some of them can cause devastating disease in humans. Since they can't be seen, they can't be avoided. Every glass of dirty water is a potential killer.
Most of these waterborne diseases aren't found in developed countries because of the sophisticated water systems that filter and chlorinate water to eliminate all disease carrying organisms. But typhoid fever, cholera and many other diseases still run rampant in the developing parts of the world.
Infants and young children are especially susceptible to diseases because their immune systems are experiencing everything for the first time. Even in developed countries, a lot of moms boil water before giving it to their children - just to be doubly safe. In poor countries, the fuel for the fire can be so expensive that mothers can't afford to boil water and cook food.
The sickness caused by dirty water saps people's energy to do much of anything. If you've ever had food poisoning, you know how horrible it can be. Students who suffer from water borne illness can't stay in class. They miss out on the chance to learn and the cycle of poverty continues. That and when one person is sick, someone else has to take care of them, which means that the second person can't work either. If the sick person needs medicine, that money can't be used for other things, like food or school supplies. One of the greatest causes of poverty in Africa is also the most overlooked...the lack of access to clean drinking water.
Nearly one billion people do not have access to clean, safe water. That’s the equivalent of 1 in 8 people on the planet!
For these people, poverty is a fact of life. The good news...this is a solvable
We have been a part of transforming someone’s life, not just by sharing with them the Good News that Jesus loves them, but by also granting them clean drinking water.
Below is a map of the general area of where our mission is located:
We've reached a potential 500 million people a week in over 200 nations around the world through our television program Power for Life on God TV and Church Channel!
Spreading the gospel throughout America, The Middle East, Iran, Syria,
Jordan, Quatar, Saudi Arabia, China, Vietnam, Korea, the Philippines,
Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka,
Pakistan, Europe and more! With a message of love and hope Matt is equipping
the believer to live a Spirit-empowered life.
Feeding The Poor In Israel - Blessing the Children of Isaac & Ishmael
Matt Sorger Ministries has partnered with the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem and the outreach of love to the poor in Israel.
Over 1,651,300 Israeli citizens (Jew & Arab) live below the poverty line. Many are children who do not regularly have even 1 hot meal a day. Many are elderly holocaust survivors who can't afford basic groceries, or are too ill to take care of themselves. New olim (immigrants) come to make aliyah (become citizens of Israel) with almost no money; some escaping extreme persecution and poverty with only the clothes on their backs.
We have helped to feed the most needy among them. Together, we'll affect change with the goal of feeding 1,000 families during the High Holy days. Through this initiative, all citizens of Israel - Jews and Arabs alike - who are suffering in poverty, can receive assistance and food.
To feed 1,000 families over the High Holy Days. We have helped to feed the needy in Israel. Through this initiative, all citizens of Israel who are suffering in poverty can receive assistance and food.
Be the answer to your prayers, one meal at a time.
The ultimate solution for peace in this region is God's peace plan. Faith + Works = Change is the next step to this, through feeding the hungry in the name and love of Jesus.
Matt Sorger Ministries believes in supporting and blessing Israel. Our heart is that Israel will come to know the love of her Messiah. MSM has led teams into Israel. During these trips we not only visit the historic sites of Christ, but we also spend time in strategic prayer, worship, and ministry in the Land. We meet with key leaders and support the work of ministries within Israel.
Below is a map of the general area of where our mission is located:
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