Healing Hearts, Finding Jesus
The lives of children and their parents are being transformed as God works through Children's Heart Project.
For more than 25 years, Children’s Heart Project has arranged for critical cardiac surgery for more than 1,500 boys and girls from over a dozen countries where such operations are not readily available.
“The goal is to demonstrate God’s heart to these children and their families that need heart surgery,” said Daniela Acosta with Samaritan’s Purse. “My hope for them is that they not only find new life through heart surgery, but most importantly that they find Jesus.”
Bolivia is just one country where Samaritan’s Purse is working through Children’s Heart Project. We invite you to watch the video above to learn more about the project and hear from children and parents in Bolivia whose lives have been transformed by the ministry—now and for eternity.
Surgeries through Children's Heart Project help save the lives of boys and girls from countries where such operations are not readily available, including Bolivia.
Madelyn received heart surgery through Children's Heart Project.
Daniela Acosta prays with Madelyn, her mother, and her brother. Patients hear the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout the surgery process.
In-country screenings help identify candidates for heart surgery in North America.