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

Purpose Beyond Circumstances

Saving Moses recently opened a fifth NightCare center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We are asking friends to write letters of hope, love, and prayers to the

Happy Mother’s Day, Mom.

Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. Moms have the ineffable gift of understanding a child’s soul. And while good mothers pour care into their babies to establish

You Are Alone

    You live in rural Afghanistan. If you leave your home, you might step on a land mine. You fear getting caught in dangerous crossfire.

Never Be The Same

We just released trip dates and details for this year’s Storyteller Group Trip to Phnom Penh! We challenge you to travel to Cambodia with us this

The Muck, Mire, and Beauty of Bangladesh

Daulatdia, Bangladesh: the home of severely underage trafficked girls pumped full of drugs originally purposed to fatten cattle in hopes that it will make them

Help is Coming, Syria.

Help is coming, Syria. We hear your babies’ cries, empty stomachs, and gut-wrenching heartaches. In a season of giving, joy, and fullness, we refuse to

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