Saving Moses is a global humanitarian organization saving babies (5 & under) every day by meeting the most urgent and intense survival needs where help is least available.

June 4, 2009

Did You Know . . .

Every day, 26,000 babies under the age of 5 die mainly from preventable causes. 4 million babies die each year within the first month of life…and more up to half of these die in their first 24 hours. By 2015, 4.3 million child deaths will occur that could have been prevented…children that could have been... Read More»

March 30, 2009

Our Mission Still Matters…

Thanks for your support! 2009 is off to an amazing start. God has been giving us glimpses of upcoming opportunities and fresh vision to take worldchild to a new place of impact and outreach. I believe the future has tremendous possibility–and NOTHING is impossible with God. Even when faced with tough economic times, our vision... Read More»

October 29, 2008

Ethiopia…by Isabell Bowling

I went to see king Menelik’s pic & crown in the museum.  It was very awesome.  I also got to see the oldest, most complete human skeleton in the world, named “skeleton Lucy”.  I hope you will help us raise money for water wells that we want to help drill. In Ethiopia, I experienced Jesus... Read More»

October 14, 2008

Together we can stop death for a day…or a lifetime!

One of the most moving days was the day we felt led by God to drive into the countryside to learn how the people of Ethiopia are really living. We drove for two hours when we found some children carrying water jugs. We stopped the van and followed them, wanting to see for ourselves what... Read More»

September 25, 2008

The Ethiopia video is here!

Here is the Ethiopia Trek video update! It is available on  YouTube so feel free to post and share…thanks! HERE IS THE LINK youtube= Read More»

September 10, 2008

Worldchild “Adopts” Ethiopian Orphanage

“God put Ethiopia on my heart many years ago but after our recent worldchild trek, the beautiful people there completely captured my heart.  The unspeakable conditions they endure—unclean drinking water, starvation, disease—it all broke my heart.  worldchild can make a difference there…”  -Sarah Bridge to Israel in Ethiopia Orphanage ... Read More»

September 5, 2008

Backpacks filled with HOPE

Here in America, stores are flooded with aisles and aisles of back-to-school supplies. Pens, pencils, binders, laptop cases, notebooks with speakers and plug-ins for mP3 players, locker mirrors—even back-to-school Kleenex in a convenient 3-pack. We spend hundreds of dollars to prepare our kids for school, to help them get a good ... Read More»

July 23, 2008

back in Addis

Hola!  We’re back in Addis & happy with life.  🙂 Yesterday, we travelled in the morning & then got situated in our living accommodations & had a service at Pastor Eyob’s church in the evening, so it was a nice, full day.  The service went well – I ministered on following Jesus’ voice as our... Read More»

July 18, 2008

friday in Gondar

Hello, all you LOVELY people!!!  Feel love from all of us here to you.  🙂 We had an absolutely terrific night last night!  The theater was packed & it was a wonderful time!  We had some great worship in amharic, along with Tim & Shelley Jones leading the song “open the eyes of our heart... Read More»

July 14, 2008

These are the faces—the people—behind the Ethiopia Trek

In Ethiopia, Sarah and her team are reaching out with the hands of Jesus, touching, talking, loving individuals who are in desperate need of a little hope! They are in need of food, water, and medical help, yes. But they are most in need of hope. These are the faces—the people—behind the Ethiopia Trek. To... Read More»

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