Impacting the Next Generation for Jesus Christ
Benny Hinn Ministries partners and friends have been truly making a difference worldwide in the lives of men, women, and children for 40 years! Today, this ministry continues to reach out to thousands of children each day through hospital care, housing, food, clothing, medical supplies, and educational materials. Impacting the next generation for Christ begins with these children today. You can help give them the promise of hope for the future. Every seed you plant helps me keep our promises to precious children like Rosalinda, Victor, and Rajani, as well as countless souls in the Philippines, Mexico, India, and beyond who desperately need to know God´s saving and nurturing love. Today, prayerfully consider planting your most generous seed into the fertile soil of this ministry that reaches around the world.
Two Precious Calcutta Children — Lives Changed Forever
Rajani A vibrant young boy, Rajani has already faced a lifetime of challenges, but his courage is an inspiration to everyone who meets him. He suffers from thalassemia, a rare blood disorder that begins in early childhood. The disease leads to a breakdown and shortage of hemoglobin that causes anemia. Left untreated, most children with this disease usually die between one and eight years
Free Cleft Palate Surgeries Transform Lives
While 400 Christian Mission hospitals have closed down in the last 40 years in India, Benny Hinn Ministries through Calcutta Mercy Hospital is taking the saving, healing power of Jesus Christ to the world. Benny Hinn Ministries works along with Calcutta Mercy Ministries (www.buntain.org) and with Missionary Huldah Buntain and Bonnie Buntain-Long to provide free health care to 40,000 children and the poor of
What’s Happening at My Father’s House in Mexico
Dental and medical examinations, birthday celebrations, educational activities—what many youngsters take for granted—are major events for the staff and children of the Tulancingo, Mexico–area My Father’s House. Mexico’s Tulancingo-area My Father’s House, which opened in May 2004, provides a home for abandoned, needy, and less fortunate children. Opening with 27 youngsters, that number has since grown to 69 precious boys and girls. The home,