Help Syrian Refugees

You have probably been seeing Syria in the news a lot lately. You have heard the numbers—12 million Syrians have been displaced by war. But did you know that half of those displaced are children? These displaced children have an increased risk of sickness, hunger and exploitation. At Christian Relief Fund, we are committed to bringing the hope and provision of God when disaster strikes. And we are especially focused on helping children. CRF is responding to help refugees of the conflict in Syria. We are currently accepting donations to our Disaster Relief Fund as we assess how we can best serve those affected by this crisis. We will have more details about our relief efforts as the situation continues… Read more »

UPDATED: Nepal Earthquake

UPDATE: 6/9/15 When a massive earthquake struck Nepal in late April, thousands of CRF supporters began praying and donating—and our disaster relief team immediately packed their bags. Aided by your prayers and support, our medical response team arrived in Nepal as soon as possible and began working tirelessly to provide medical care and hope to earthquake victims. Gigie Carranza, one of our team members, kept a diary during her time in Nepal. We wanted to share some highlights with you: May 6, Wednesday: Dr. Evelyn and I were roused from our sleep by an aftershock. Yesterday we visited a small, poor village outside of Kathmandu that had not yet received support. We played with the children, gave food packs to… Read more »

World Water Day

Every year in March, the UN hosts World Water Day. It’s a day to celebrate water. It’s a day to make a difference for the members of the global population who suffer from water related issues. And it’s a day to prepare for how we manage water in the future. Thanks to the provision of God and the support of our donors, CRF has been able to provide clean water wells to tens of thousands of people over the last few years. Our drilling rig in Kenya averages a new well every week. And wherever we provide clean water we also preach the Living Water: Jesus Christ. We are humbled that God is using CRF for such an important work…. Read more »


Bad water and malnutrition. It seemed to be the source of Lopei’s polio. Lopei Chudang had a series of tragedies. She lived in the village of Nadabal where it hasn’t rained in nearly seven years. In the midst of one of history’s greatest famines, Lopei also lost her husband. And she had seven children. It was extremely difficult to support her family, and then the unthinkable happened—her polio affected her foot to the extent that it prevented her from walking. And it also prohibited her from working. Her situation looked hopeless. But then two incredible events happened. Her little village in Kenya received a water well from Christian Relief Fund. Now, at least, she and her family would not die… Read more »

It’s Not Over Until…

… the orphans are sponsored. What did you think we were going to say? The number of new cases of Ebola in Liberia is down. There was only one new case last week. School is going to start again this week. Hopefully, the economy will finally take a step forward. CRF has been thanked over and over again for the part we played in helping the victims of the Ebola crisis. And we did play an important part in bringing relief for the glory of God. But it’s not over. MacAnthony Siaker, our CRF leader in Croezerville, reminded us of the tragedy that people are forgetting. When this many people have died, many orphans are left behind. Building orphanages isn’t… Read more »