A Midnight Ride to Save a Life – Blessings Magazine – August 2016



A Midnight Ride to Save a Life

A Midnight Ride to Save a Life

Few passersby would have suspected that the motorcycle speeding through Port-au-Prince, Haiti in the dead of the night did so on a mission of life or death. The motorbike’s precious cargo was baby Mickaela, born just hours earlier, whose life now hung in the balance.


Daring to Start Over

Two-year-old Feyeri had a grand entrance into this world: she was born on her mother’s immigration journey from their home country of Eritrea to their ancestor’s home of Ethiopia.

Operation Blessing Happenings

From Latin America to Greece, to the U.S. and Kenya, take a look at some snapshots from Operation Blessing’s latest work around the world in the all-new Happenings section of Blessings.

The Pitter-Patter of Little Feet

Three-year-old Stephany was born with a clubfoot, which meant learning to walk and run was almost impossible. Thankfully, though, treatment for her condition started before her first birthday, paving the way for the little girl to enjoy an active childhood.

Bill’s Blog: Multiplying Your Donor Dollar

After Operation Blessing distributed almost 9,000 bed nets to pregnant women threatened by Zika, OBI President, Bill Horan, explains how Operation Blessing is able to maximize the impact of each donor dollar.


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