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A List of LIFE's Outreaches

LIFE Outreach works with mission partners all over the world to share the Good News of Christ's life and spread love to the lost and the hurting.

Here is a list of LIFE's mission outreaches:

Mission Feeding

Mission Feeding

Mission Feeding is the answer to the nutritional needs of starving children around the world. Each bowl of food contains vitamins and nutrients needed to stop the vicious cycle of malnutrition and death. That’s why we say, “There’s life in every bowl!”


Transport LIFE

Transport LIFE

LIFE’s mission partners have immediate and urgent needs to transport LIFE in various forms around the globe. Getting LIFE from point A to point B is what Transport LIFE is all about. Food, clean water, medicine, safety and the good news of the Gospel all represent help and hope to those in need.

Christmas Shoe Project

Christmas Shoe Project

LIFE’s Christmas Shoe Project is about more than a fight for survival; we want to show children that life is also about finding joy. That’s why we say, “Christmas joy comes in pairs!” Sharing the gift of new shoes with a child who has never had a new pair is a moment of pure joy.

Christmas Smiles

Christmas Smiles

Children who suffer with severe cleft palate, with no hope of surgery, will be given the gift of a beautiful smile through corrective surgery! This gift extends far beyond new smiles; the corrective surgeries offer lifelong health benefits to children struggling to eat and breathe properly.

Water for LIFE

Water for LIFE

Since the Water for LIFE outreach began in 2000, your support has helped provide more than 5400 water wells for people in desperate need of clean water. However, the global need for clean water is still enormous.

Medical Outreach

Medical Outreach

For thousands of impoverished children in developing countries, clubfoot, a congenital medical condition, can mean living life as beggars or outcasts – far below their God-given potential. Clubfoot twists a child’s foot inward and downward, leading to permanent disability.