Thank You For Christmas

1000 Gifts for 1000 Children was a huge success thanks to you! Every year we give away over a thousand Christmas presents to children in Miami, and every year we are blown away by the gratitude of the families served. In the communities we serve, the Christmas season isn’t full of joy, laughter, family, friends, candy canes, stockings, and presents. For many of the families we help, Christmas is almost non-existent. Because of you we change that for hundreds of children. Your continued generosity improves every aspect of families’ lives in Miami-Dade County, even Christmas. You help fathers provide gifts...Read More

Walking By Faith – Cambodia 2014

“For we walk by faith, not by sight.” (II Corinthians 5:7 NKJV) Walking by faith is an adventure! There is no script. There is no formula. There are no guarantees. Walking by faith requires abandonment to self and willingness to be led by God in new directions. Walking by faith may lead you into unexpected: Risk Favor Opportunity Relationships Emotions I can say these things with all certainty because this has been my faith and my experience as I followed the leading of God to Cambodia. Building a biogas digester system at Teen Challenge Cambodia (TCC) was a God idea...Read More
Champions Award

Champion Of Service Award!

Peacemakers was honored to receive the Champion of Service Award! The award recognizes organizations that meet the needs of Florida citizens through the use of volunteers. Governor Rick Scott presented the award, on behalf of the state of Florida, during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet. Governor Scott said, “As the holiday season approaches, we are reminded of the importance of helping others and working to improve our communities. It is an honor to recognize Peacemakers for their selfless service to Floridians in need.” Peacemakers depends on volunteers and donors to provide services to our community. Peacemakers has been an...Read More

1000 Gifts For 1000 Children

The parents of many of the children in our community can’t afford to buy them a gift for Christmas. Many of the kids live in single-parent homes, have an incarcerated parent (children of inmates), or have an absentee father – all difficult situations for a child. Each year, Peacemakers has the opportunity to bless over 1,000 of these precious children from low-income homes. We bring the gift of HOPE to children and families in need. That hope can lead to lasting positive change in the community. The children who receive these gifts learn the true lesson of Christmas, selfless love....Read More

Crap Matters – Missions In Cambodia

Crap matters. Yes, I’m talking about human waste. Poop; Doodie; Dung; Feces; Droppings; Stool; Poo; Crap. Are we on the same page? Good. Let me explain, because this is something you desperately need to know. What we do with crap matters. You probably didn’t use the toilet today and think to yourself, “I’m sure glad I have a toilet.” But maybe after you read this you will. Each year 1.8 million people die from diarrhea caused by poor sanitation, 90% of whom are children. Many scientists and statisticians believe this problem can be dramatically improved with one thing, a toilet....Read More

Is Peace Possible? – Israel, ISIS and Ferguson

Join Us! Click here to partner with us and donate today! Subscribe! Click here to subscribe today! What is Peace? Is it merely something to hope for or is it actually attainable? If you read or watch the news for just a few minutes it looks like the whole world is falling apart. Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic terrorist group in Israel, is responsible for countless suicide bombings, rocket strikes, unjustified beheadings and has even been accused of using children as shields in battle. The armed forces of Israel are also guilty of great injustice. Israeli forces have killed nearly two...Read More

We Take The #IceBucketChallenge To Another Level!

Perhaps you’ve heard of the recent “Ice Bucket Challenge” frenzy or perhaps you haven’t, either way its something we should all pay attention to. Fueled by social media outlets such as YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, the Ice Bucket Challenge is when someone volunteers to get doused in ice water, donate $10 or more, then challenge several other friends to do the same. The videos are hilarious to say the least. Amazingly, despite the humorous and outright silliness of the challenge, it has helped raise over 40 Million dollars in the past two weeks to support research for ALS disease. According...Read More

The Straw Isn’t The Problem

Your problems are probably bigger than you think. What do I mean? Well, in Exodus 5, Moses confronts Pharaoh and delivers a message from God, “let my people go.” This infuriates the Egyptian leader to the point of commanding the slave drivers to take the straw used to make bricks away from the Israelites, while maintaining their daily quota. This practically doubles the workload of the slaves. They now have to go and gather their own straw and still meet their quota. This obviously distresses the Israelites and it causes them to curse Moses for bringing the calamity upon them....Read More
Mentoring Matters

Mentoring Makes The Difference

Vulnerable children and young adults with histories of abuse and poverty are easy targets for sex traffickers. Threats, lies, violence, and other forms of control and manipulation are used to keep victims involved in the sex industry. The problem is so severe in south Florida that the FBI has formed a special task force to address the issue. We at Peacemakers made the decision to help stop the abuse of the youth in our community. We chose to partner with His House Children’s Home, a faith-based social services agency providing a safe home to children from newborn to 21 years...Read More