Meet Brehane

“I was sick and had not eaten in many days and I was trying to nurse my child, but my body could not produce any milk. I could see death in the eyes of my little girl as she lay limply in my arms. I was abandoned by my husband and I did not have any means for food for … Read More

Love Transforms: A story of forgiveness…

“I was struck with a machete on my left arm and in the face as I preached… After I was cut, they came and asked for forgiveness. Because I forgave them, they now follow Christ. They are active in our church. They pray and study with us. “When I first met my wife, she was mad (insane). I prayed for … Read More

TESFA Special Needs: Meet Burtukan

As a Special Education teacher here in the US, I have the opportunity to teach and support children with Down Syndrome.  So, it was a special privilege to meet Burtukan (Burtu for short) and her family at our Petros Network sponsored medical clinic in Fall 2014.  At 4 years old, Burtu had likely never seen a physician or received formal … Read More

Partnering with SportAid

USAid reports “Governments and private organizations have long been using sport as a tool in global development and humanitarian aid because of its ability to transform lives in unique and powerful ways. In fact, there are few areas in development where sport cannot be used as a platform to strengthen communities and improve lives.” Sports, especially team games, are an … Read More

Petros Network Welcomes New Board Members

Petros Network

Petros Network is pleased to announce the addition of three new board members to the Petros Network International Board. Sandra Cooper, Endashaw Kelkele and Doug Resler will be joining Doug Boone, Randy Carl, Jocelyn Leano-Martin, Kelly Orfield, Ron Stokes, and Sam Thannickal.

On The Other Side — Ethiopia

I have only ever found myself on the other side of the screen, reading about all of the amazing things that my friends and family are doing overseas to help bring the Kingdom. It is a strange place to find myself trying to come up with the right words to describe the heart change I experienced in Ethiopia. I have to be honest and admit…