There are over 140 million vulnerable children in the world today affected by homelessness, child labor, armed conflict, disease, and disability.

 Imagine the world change that will come from an investment in protecting and empowering this future generation.

 BLESS is committed to identifying and funding strategic solutions to provide opportunities for future generations in the least evangelized and most impoverished areas of the world. Learn more about our partners helping protect vulnerable children below, and join us to MAKE A DIFFERENCE.



As a result of the Vietnam War, Southeast Asian children have been impacted by an extreme lack of education. The literacy rate is 30-40% which leads to growing up in an environment where trafficking, violence, and spiritual blindness form a blanket that hinders their ability to thrive and can feel impossible to overcome.

Address Challenges

Teams of global workers learn the local heart language, translate and teach the Bible in that language, and establish a church.

Engage in the struggle

Support these children through education and share the Gospel through Bible teaching that happens as a result of relationship development.

education and resources

Offer classes in primary school subjects, such as reading, writing, and English. Speaking English opens opportunities to find better jobs and further their education.

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Young Life

There are 16 million unreached kids in Mali, Senegal, and Sierra Leone under the age of 15. 


Young Life is introducing young people to Jesus across Africa – transforming hearts, lives, families, and communities in the process. Teens from Mali, Senegal, and Sierra Leone will experience a place of welcome, adventure, laughter, and unconditional love alongside a trusted leader at a Young Life camp where they’ll hear the entire Gospel story, many for the first time.

How you helped!

Many teens have been reached with the Gospel story and provided a long-term relationship with a Christian mentor to equip them to be Christian leaders in their families and communities.