We are passionate about helping the sick & suffering find abundant life in Christ
Jesus said, "I came that they may have life and have it abundantly." Our ministry:
Proclaims the Gospel Message
As patients walk through the darkest times of their lives, Jesus hears their prayers and understands their suffering. Jesus paid the penalty for their sin and rose from the grave. He loves them and wants to have a personal relationship with them. Faith Aid ministers to the spiritual needs of patients as they receive treatment for their physical ailments.
Provides Compassionate Care
Many Africans cannot afford the medical care they need to survive. Poverty leads to countless preventable deaths. Many hurting people feel forgotten as they encounter barrier after barrier to accessing healthcare. Faith Aid helps impoverished patients access life-saving medical care at Christian mission hospitals in Africa.
Practices Christian Hospitality
Many Africans travel long distances to receive the medical care they need to survive. They often arrive as strangers in an unfamiliar place, praying to God for healing. Faith Aid welcomes patients and their families from all over the country and African continent. Mustard Seed House provides Christian care for families who travel far from home for the medical needs of a loved one.
Behind every suffering child is a family praying for a miracle.
What the families we serve are saying about our programs:
Will you stand with us?
Lots of things are happening. Here are some of the highlights:
In January 2021, Faith Aid launched a new program to serve HUNDREDS of Kenyan children at risk of death from treatable conditions. Can you imaging traveling long distances to receive specialized medical treatment for your child, but having no place to stay? Mustard Seed House provides accommodation to Kenyan children and families who have traveled[…]
Celebrating successful surgeries and a life-renewed In January 2019, five-year-old Dorcus was wheeled into the operating room at Tenwek Hospital, a leading Christian hospital in Western Kenya. Dorcus’ mother waited anxiously, and repeated a prayer for healing said so many times before. After years of waiting, a surgery that so often seemed elusive was finally happening. Dorcus was first identified[…]
Award-Winning Cycling Studio Rallies Around Kenyan Child in Need of Surgery After giving birth to twins, Lauren Fraher, Under Five Program Director, was searching for a low impact, high intensity exercise regimen that did not exacerbate her postpartum abdominal muscle separation. Lauren entered the yellow studio doors at POPCYCLE in Northern Virginia and was immediately hooked. “Great music,[…]
In a matter of hours, Under Five campaign raises funds for Daniel’s life-saving surgery After a few weeks at home, Sarah, Daniel’s mother, knew in her gut that something was wrong. Sarah took Daniel back to the hospital when he was only a few weeks old, but was turned away because she could not pay for[…]