What’s your passion?

Connecting the passions of professionals in developing countries with the resources and passions of believers in the United States.

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From the Blog

5 September 2016 / Uncategorized

Girl of Destiny in Rwanda!

I arrived in Rwanda and met the most amazing American couple, Amanda and Bill Bennett. Amanda has selflessly poured her heart out for young girls–as young as eight years of age!–who have been brutally raped and often beaten or worse. Sometimes even girls who have mental and physical disabilities. We are proud to call Amanda one of us, one who shares the Pure & Faultless vision of being the hands and feet of Jesus to a broken world. And she has seen a lot of brokenness in Rwanda. That’s why, I now know, she wanted...
2 September 2016 / Rahab's Corner Uncategorized

Rehab’s Corner Coming Alive!

Dust and banana trees. That’s all that was on the plot of land high on a hill on the outskirts of Kampala, Uganda.  Then God spoke something into existence: Rahab’s Corner.  Place of safety.  Place of salvation.  Place of a second chance at a new life. A beautiful roof caps off living quarters.  Just a few more buildings to go, and by this fall, beauty for ashes.  In more ways than one! It will be a far cry from the slums from where many of the girls have come.  Modest by American standards, yet luxury to a...
16 August 2016 / Uncategorized

Feet: Ugly or Beautiful?

Feet. The funniest looking part of the human body. A foot shoots out from the ankle at an angle. A stubby, bulbous part called the heel is just kinda there. On the other end are five scrawny, boney looking things, all of which hardly line up and sometimes even do twists and turns. On top of all of that, they sometimes smell. Did God make a mistake? Hardly. He calls these things beautiful. BEAUTIFUL! “How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who...

What’s Your Passion?

Have you become aware of a need that you think the Church could meet? Do you have a particular passion for vulnerable people that could fit within our mission? Have you traveled to a location that has broken your heart and opened your mind to what God might have for you?  We want to hear from you!  We are particularly interested in hearing about those visions that grew out of conversations with people in developing countries who are in the best position to know and intimately understand their country’s needs.  We favor supporting grass roots ministries, developed by indigenous populations.  As we develop partnerships, Pure & Faultless is committed to incubating ministries both in the US and overseas.

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