There is shame and stigma surrounding disability across much of Kenya. This teaser video highlights some of the lies that communities speak into families affected by disability.

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AuthorTimothy Coleman

Aof's life was changed when God healed her from a chronic illness. Now she wants to bring hope to kids who love sport. Watch this video about her life from SIM's Sports Friends.

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Sports Friends has upped the ante this year: we want to see 10,000 youth attend our camps all around the world, from Peru to Kenya to Thailand. We can't do it without your help. Will you join us?

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A portion of time at Sports Friends' camps is often spent doing arts and crafts. But at one camp in Nigeria, young people had the opportunity to learn vocational skills — such as shoemaking! Daniel’s time at camp not only showed him Christ’s love, but also launched his career as a shoemaker in Jos, Nigeria.

Find out more: sports-friends.org
Sports Friends is a ministry of SIM: sim.org

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A father mentors his son through notes messaged from a prison guard's phone and a coach continues to change lives even from behind bars. An update from Ben, the prison coach and his bid to bring soccer and Jesus to men without hope. 

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At 5 foot 4, Somchai Thongkao may not be the first person you notice in a room, but don’t be fooled – this young Thai man isn’t easily overlooked.

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Stretching out the hands of God’s grace to those on the margins of society is a key mission for the Radical Grace team in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It was a natural fit, then, to provide an educational program about the connection between broken relationships and HIV to young people living in the relationally difficult setting of the Mae Rim Juvenile Correction Facility.

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