Surviving the Underpass

A guest post by Stephanie Drawdy, a Team Trip Volunteer from the summer of 2019. There is a Southeast Asian community that once lived in

Saving Moses – Who Are We Again?

After visiting our website or scrolling through our social media, you probably have a solid idea of who Saving Moses is, but many people send

NightCare Cambodia Team Trip Volunteer playing with the toddlers at the center.

Why the World Needs NightCare

O  N  E At ten years old, Napti found herself on her own—no family, no home, no education. Like many girls in her situation, she

The Sheer Weight of Humanity

By Hannah, our NightCare Manager Before going to Bangladesh for the first time, I naively picked up a travel book, Bangladesh produced by Lonely Planet,

Newsroom: The 700 Club

The 700 Club included a segment on Sarah Bowling and our NightCare program on their show. The 7-minute video is embedded below for you to

Blinded Eyes

ABy Eric Drury    The sun was getting ever higher overhead and didn’t mix well with the layers of soiled garbage underfoot, the smell of fresh

Let’s Talk About “Least Available”

If you are familiar with Saving Moses, you’ve probably heard the phrase “most urgent, least available.” This single phrase is at the heart of our

One Photo I Could Not Take

By Lindy Hickman Copeland People often ask me how I came to be a photographer. I didn’t go to school knowing that was my passion.

Why You Will See Fewer Faces From Us

If you love Saving Moses, it’s because we save and protect babies. Sometimes, this means protecting them against the threat of death by malnutrition. Sometimes,

Stars

A glimpse of innocence in an otherwise harsh world. Nights used to be long. When the stars awoke, my mother would usher me to the

Who are the Rohingya?

I just got back from Bangladesh. This time, I went to meet Rohingya refugees. It’s a really horrific situation to comprehend—particularly after sitting in the

Teddy Bears on Brothel Beds

There’s nothing more innocent than a teddy bear. A stuffed animal to calm fears, to play with, and to hold close when a child’s world

“I Wait For The Sunset”

I wait for the sunset. I look to the sun to know when my life changes and all things become bright, beautiful and loving. My

Feed Your Soul

Every day we are given countless opportunities to show up and prove how beautiful life can be. In our actions and in our words, we

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