God has blessed NewLife Ethiopia – through the generosity of faithful friends – with the resources to meet many needs in Ethiopia.
Thank you for linking arms with us to accomplish all of the wonderful things you’ll read about here!
Every Muslim in Ethiopia has an opportunity to respond to the Gospel and be discipled by a Christ-follower
NewLife Ethiopia partners with indigenous missionaries to train and mobilize the Ethiopian church to share the Gospel with unreached Muslim communities.
evangelists working in
heard the Gospel
new churches were built
Yusef, a devout Muslim, was visiting another town when he heard joyful singing declaring eternal life in Jesus Christ coming from a Christian church. He could not forget the words of hope he had heard. He eventually went back to the church to hear more and committed his life to Christ. Yusef spent several years under the tutelage of Pastor Zerihun, and is now serving as an evangelism coordinator for his tribal area. One who was lost is now found!
Every abandoned child brought to us will be given a permanent home through adoption
At our Joyful Place orphanage we care for babies and toddlers who have been abandoned – some found alone in courtyards, bathrooms, behind a school, on a riverbank
abandoned babies and toddlers
adopted in Ethiopia
adopted to U.S. couples
special needs child in the U.S. on a medical visa
Walking past an elementary school in Shashemene, Ethiopia a man noticed a small bundle laying behind the building… a newborn baby boy. The police were called but no one could be found who knew anything about the tiny baby so he was placed in our orphanage. An Ethiopian Christian couple who had always longed to have children but were unable have now adopted Yohannes and he is thriving! Once abandoned – now in a forever family!
Each child will receive an outstanding educational foundation along with introduction to the person of Jesus
We currently have 40 students in two classrooms
Rahel came to the Mana Gammachuu kindergarten from an extremely poor family and her parents are illiterate. She is the first in her very large Muslim family to go to school. Her teacher led her to faith in Christ and her parents have heard the Gospel for the first time. Rahel’s mother shares: “God brought the best organization to change our children’s future life. Rahel’s destiny will be more than we ever hoped for.”
PO Box 731783
Puyallup WA 98373
NewLife Ethiopia is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity.