Project

Compassion Ministries

“Besides the money ABWE gave for individuals in our church and community who had lost everything, the chain saws you donated not only blessed us, but are now enroute to help the survivors of Hurricane Michael!"

Pastor Kevin Taylor, First Baptist Church of Naples

If we've learned one thing from our work in 70 countries, it's that love-in-action opens doors for the gospel.

For nearly 20 years, our Compassion Ministries have been ready to help our missionaries provide food, medical supplies, and building materials to victims of naturals disasters. And because this relief is paired with intentional evangelism and discipleship, victims' despair can be turned into true hope.

We estimate hundreds of active churches have been planted through these combined relief and evangelism efforts.

Will You Help?

From unprecedented typhoons to devastating earthquakes, natural disasters cause incalculable suffering and hardship—especially when these events take place in impoverished communities that lack adequate resources.

By giving to Compassion Ministries, you're enabling our missionaries to be ready to respond in times of crisis. Whether it's supplying resources to individuals or small communities, or advancing funds quickly in response to a major disaster, your gift helps make a difference after a tragedy—and makes a difference for eternity.

Last year, for instance, ABWE assisted individuals and churches in Texas, Florida and New York devastated by hurricanes and flooding. We also provided $10,000 for a new roof for Susan—a widow living on a fixed income, whose children had been praying for God's help. Susan said, "Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for helping us restore our house and our faith."

Right now, we are raising money for victims of the most recent U.S. hurricanes. Will you help?

For inquiries or requests for help, please reach out to northamerica@abwe.org.


* Gifts to this fund will be earmarked for compassion relief projects. Unspent money from current relief projects will be earmarked for future relief and compassion ministry.