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Christian Aid Ministries (CAM) strives to be an honest, efficient channel enabling the church to minister to physical and spiritual needs around the world. Our main purpose is to glorify God and help enlarge His kingdom.

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“Water, water,” they plead.

“Water, water,” they plead.

Their steps are faltered, their faces thin and drawn. The desperation in their eyes is almost palpable. “Mai, mai (water, water),” they plead. I’m surrounded by flattened buildings, crumbled cement, and bombed cars in Mosul’s old city. Armored Humvees drive by, on...

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Wildfires Ravage British Columbia

Wildfires Ravage British Columbia

Only a little over a year ago the Fort McMurray wildfires in Alberta made national headlines in Canada. Now, the devastating scene of forest fires is returning—this time in British Columbia.
Since April, more than 820 individual fires have raged in various areas, the worst being in the Cariboo Regional District.

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“Here come the angels”

“Here come the angels”

Because of an unusual number of floods this spring, Rapid Response teams have been exceptionally busy assisting with cleanup in three provinces: Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia. In Prince Edward County, Ontario, Rapid Response members reached out to homeowners...

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What Recipients are Saying

What Recipients are Saying

CAM provides Bible correspondence courses to several thousand recipients in Romania, Liberia, and Sierra Leone through the Sponsor-A-Bible-Lesson program. Only eternity will reveal the full impact of these courses, but responses from recipients give us a glimpse at...

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Abandoned. Lonely. Forgotten.

Abandoned. Lonely. Forgotten.

Frederick, an elderly man in Liberia, spends every day in bed, completely dependent on the mercy of others to survive. His wife abandoned him, and no other family members help care for him. Some people cook his food and provide a little care, but the help is minimal....

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