Samaritan's Purse is an evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization that provides aid to people in physical need as a key part of Christian missionary work. The organization’s president is Franklin Graham, son of Christian evangelist Billy Graham. The name of the organization is based on the New Testament Parable of the Good Samaritan, in which Jesus uses a parable to teach people one form of the Golden Rule; "love your neighbor as yourself".

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  • Sharing God’s Love with Families Displaced by ISIS
    Seven-month-old Norjena took a fingerful of moist ground rice from her mother. On this day, Norjena was running a fever. Just looking at her small frame it was easy to tell that Norjena is underweight and malnourished. The mother and daughter sat on the bare concrete floor of a warehouse converted into an evacuation center. […]
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  • Overwhelmed by Love in Alaska
    Army Staff Sergeant Walter Brown sustained multiple injuries while serving in Iraq and has struggled with transitioning to civilian life. Through Operation Heal Our Patriots, Walter and his wife Elana were reminded of God’s love for them and their commitment to each other. Learn more: http://sampur.se/2uQQBPA
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  • Memories from South Sudan
    Numerous conversations and events have left lasting impressions on my heart over the last four years in South Sudan. The memories pierce my soul, bring tears to my eyes, and leave a smile on my face as I’m reminded of the incredible opportunity it was to serve in the world’s youngest nation. I can picture […]
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  • Haiti Event Highlights Unity in Christ
    Since the day I arrived in Haiti I had been hearing about the upcoming nutrition fair. This is a big two-day event sponsored by our maternal child health program (MCH), with contributions from our agriculture program. Dr. Jacob Baptiste, the MCH program manager, and his team were working every day to plan and prepare for […]
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  • Walking a Path of Forgiveness
    Rosemary’s calm words startled me. We sat outside her dwelling in the northwest Uganda Bidibidi refugee settlement—a peaceful area with thatched roof huts and emergency tarps dotting the bushy green landscape in every direction. As she softly recounted her story of fleeing her home in South Sudan, I knew that hidden behind her careful words […]
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  • Homeowners Grateful for Faithful Volunteers
    Samaritan's Purse volunteers are tearing out drywall, removing flooring, and clearing debris for southeastern Wisconsin homeowners. A slow-moving storm system dumped more than eight inches of rain in some areas and caused major flooding. Learn more: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/article/helping-wisconsin-families-start-over-after-devastating-floods/
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  • Rebuilding in Remote Alaska
    In 2016, the Nunapitchuk Moravian Church fell off its foundation and collapsed. Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are constructing a new building for the church and encouraging the community with the hope of the Gospel. Learn more: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/article/building-gods-church-on-the-alaskan-tundra/
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  • Franklin Graham and Dr. Kent Brantly Discuss 'Facing Darkness'
    Samaritan's Purse President Franklin Graham and Dr. Kent Brantly discuss the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Liberia, what God did during that time, and their hope that the movie 'Facing Darkness' will inspire many to serve around the world in Jesus' Name. Watch Today: http://facingdarknessmovie.com/
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  • Summer Camp Memories in Ukraine
    My first trip to the Carpathian Mountains brought back memories. As part of a Samaritan’s Purse media team covering Operation Christmas Child in Ukraine, our caravan of two miniature buses traveled up a rough gravel road outside the village of Zarichia to the Golden Generation Camp. Named to celebrate the wonder of childhood, the camp […]
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  • Slum Community Benefits from Food Security Program
    “Even budgeting for salt is a challenge,” said 38-year old Magdalena Gagate, who lives in a slum community in the Philippines. Magdalena’s husband only earns about $70 a month making deliveries for a hardware store. She has six children, and one of them is malnourished. Magdalena is a beneficiary of the Samaritan’s Purse food security […]
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  • A Lifetime of Ministry
    Dr. Glen Barden is a 78-year-old orthopedic surgeon serving at the Emergency Field Hospital in Iraq. Dr. Barden and our medical teams are working hard in Jesus' Name to save lives and bring comfort to families who have been displaced in the battle for Mosul. Learn more: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/article/78-year-old-surgeon-saves-lives-in-iraq/
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  • Evangelists Bring Love and Learning to Niger
    Nigerien evangelist couple Abdou and Ouma Issa demonstrate their love to people in the villages where they live and work. Originally from Maradi region, they received a call on their lives to evangelize when they became Christians. They worked with Samaritan’s Purse Niger and then became evangelists with the Samaritan’s Purse OPTIC project, which trains […]
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  • A Graduation in Haiti
    The kindergarten class at the Greta Academy in Léogâne, Haiti, was recently honored in a graduation ceremony, and the teachers were recognized for their hard work during the school year. Blue and white streamers and balloons filled the room as the 19 kindergarten graduates sat on stage in front of their family, friends, and peers. […]
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  • Volunteers Bring Blessings After the Floods
    Laura Fissinger’s basement flooded due to historic rainfall in southeastern Wisconsin. Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are helping Laura’s family and many others in the area start over after devastating storms. Learn more: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/article/samaritans-purse-deploys-for-southern-wisconsin-flood-victims/
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  • A Place to Call Home
    “Everything is now ok,” Ahmad* tells everyone who asks. “We are very happy.” Ahmad and his wife Miriam,* and their daughter and newborn son, just moved into a new apartment that Mylotopos Evangelical Church provided for them. The church in Mylotopos, a small village in Greece, is providing housing, groceries, and health care for refugee […]
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  • Volunteers Needed in Wisconsin
    Samaritan's Purse volunteers are working hard to assist residents after historic rainfall caused devastating flooding in southeastern Wisconsin. More volunteers are needed to come alongside homeowners and serve in Jesus' Name. Learn how you can help: http://sampur.se/2vkkoRi
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  • A New School in Cambodia
    As a teacher at Bos Thom Primary School since 2004, I have faced quite a few challenges. Before I was able to get a motorbike I had to walk about four kilometers every day on a very bumpy, dusty road. It was particularly difficult during monsoon season. I spent about two hours every day walking […]
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  • All Part of God's Plan - Operation Heal Our Patriots
    Marine Corporal Cody Jones and his wife Alexis have dealt with a war injury and the death of a child during their young marriage. Operation Heal Our Patriots provided a time for the couple to regroup and reconnect in Alaska. Learn more: http://sampur.se/2tCScXF
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  • Kent Brantly: Flashback to Ebola
    Kent Brantly remembers the dramatic days when he was suffering from Ebola in Liberia. Discover more of his story and the amazing things God did through Samaritan's Purse in Liberia during the Ebola crisis by watching "Facing Darkness" on DVD and Digital HD. http://facingdarknessmovie.com/
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  • Shoebox Gifts Bring Joy to Children in Belarus
    We had many opportunities for fellowship and sharing the Gospel during our Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift distribution this year. After the distribution we visited in the homes of some of the children who received shoeboxes. We went to a poor home where the father recently passed away. The family welcomed us warmly. While we […]
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  • Courageous Women Changing their Communities
    “Let us be courageous and brave,” said Daw Thiri Yu,* a participant of the first leader mother training session in Myanmar’s Tada-U Township. She is one of 40 women Samaritan’s Purse is equipping to host mother-to-mother groups. The leader mother program is working to reduce the region’s high rates of malnutrition among children under age […]
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  • Rejoicing During Suffering
    Living with joy can seem impossible in the face of trouble. But Bettie Lindsay seems to understand the truth of Nehemiah 8:10: “Do not sorrow, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.” Bettie wrapped each of us in big hug when our team arrived on the worksite. “I love you,” she said, before […]
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  • Lessons Learned From an Internship in Nepal
    One of the first questions people back home will ask after an experience abroad is, “What were the people like?” It is a natural question to ask, and there are many cultural differences between Nepalis and Americans. Those differences can challenge and shape us, rather than divide. We can learn from Nepali culture and values, […]
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  • Facing Darkness Trailer - 60 seconds - July 25th
    A new documentary from Samaritan's Purse and Executive Producer Franklin Graham brings to vivid life the true story of two American aid workers in West Africa stricken with the deadly Ebola virus and the race against time to save their lives. Coming to DVD and Digital HD on July 25th. Pre-order today: http://facingdarknessmovie.com/
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  • God’s Provision at a Hospital in Kenya
    The CT scan of Flossy’s neck confirmed a severe spine dislocation that had resulted in a spinal cord injury. Sixteen hours after we placed her in cervical traction, her spine had realigned. We were then able to take her to the operating room to perform a spine fusion, which uses screws and rods to hold […]
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  • Starting Over After Hurricane Matthew
    Devastating floodwaters in the wake of Hurricane Matthew destroyed many houses in eastern North Carolina. Samaritan’s Purse is rebuilding homes and bringing hope to hurting families. Learn more: http://sampur.se/2snLNPH
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  • Goats and the Gospel
    For a visitor to Guidan Baje in Niger, it might have been a surprise to see sheep and goats in the middle of the village. Samaritan’s Purse staff working with the livestock project tried to chase the livestock into some kind of organization, while children clambered over walls and each other to see the commotion. […]

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