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Love for the Least is a MOVEMENT born from the fifteen-year missionary work of its first field workers, dozens of church partners in America from a broad range of traditions and thousands of Believers who pray daily and invest in God’s Kingdom. The mission of L4L is to share the compassion of Christ with an unreached world. There are more than 3 billion people on planet, forty percent of all the word’s People Groups, with no access to the Gospel. We are Movement, not an agency, ministry, institution or organisation.

L4L shares the Good News of the Gospel with the least and unreached by making disciples of Jesus who make disciples (2 Tim 2:2). And by helping to meet the physical needs of the poorest of the poor. The focus has always been on relieving suffering and building new lives among orphans and widows. And now refugees. There are more than 2,000,000 refugees from ISIS in Northern Iraq where L4L is presently serving and providing relief among 30+ refugee villages and many UN refugee camps. L4L’s particular focus areas are strategic unreached portions of East Africa and the Middle East where God is moving.

L4L is multi denominational. In the field we make followers of Jesus with no predetermined affiliation. It is up to the Holy Spirit and the local Church as to how they will structure the indigenous Body. Our role is to root them in the Word, seek the Holy Spirit’s guiding and teach/model deep discipleship. We define discipleship as following Jesus so closely you look like Him. Everyone who prays, loves, encourages and invests is part of the L4L Movement.

Recent Posts

  • What we learned from Hurricane Katrina 8 - It is very, very hard to watch images coming out of Houston in the wake of Harvey. Katrina left deep scars. When I see an image of my hometown under water, I can look past the damage and heart ache. And what I see is the church there about to experience its finest hour. By the ...
  • Moving to Iraq, Trafficked Maasai Girls - The orphan is not a cause. The orphan is not an issue. The orphan has a human face, and that face is Galilean. Jesus tells us that when we see the poor, the weak, the vulnerable, the tossed aside, we see Him there. -- Russell D. MooreDearest Friends and L4L Team, "A Hope and a Future." ...
  • From Tanzania - From TanzaniaDearest Friends,It’s a surreal feeling to get off the plane 8,000 mi away from the States in this very different, strange place and feel instantly at “home.” But then again we’ve been in and out since 2001 and have sunk deep roots.We were greeted at Samaritan Village Orphanage with hugs and kisses and thanks ...
  • Here in Remote Kenya -  Dearest Friends,With our son, Jacob, in W. Kenya. He's seventeen and a     senior in high school. We found him six years ago, living alone. Both parents had previously passed away and he had just buried his little sister, Victoria. He tells people, "I'm not an orphan. I'm not an orphan. I have a ...
  • Protected: The Great Fast Begins - Lent is a time of going very deeply into ourselves… What is it that stands between us and God? Between us and our brothers and sisters? Between us and life, the life of the Spirit? Whatever it is, let us relentlessly tear it out, without a moment’s hesitation. - Catherine Doherty   Dear Friends,Lent begins this week. For those ...