What God Is Doing
We have testimonies flowing in constantly and love sharing them for others to be encouraged. Whether it is the Supernatural provision of God or simply what happens when everyday, ordinary Believers listen to the heart of God and stop for the one right in front of them, we want to share them with you. Be encouraged by these encounters and share yours!
Iris Global is a missions movement committed to a tangible expression of love. Stop for the One is the child sponsorship program for Iris Global.
Our Iris Guinea Base is located in Conakry, Guinea and is run by our amazing Base Director, Sia! Our Iris Guinea Base is home to 25 + children and operates a variety of programs to reach their local community with the love of Jesus.
The Iris Uganda Center works closely with a local Ugandan organization, The Happy Times Home, to provide milk for babies in need.
Thank you so much to all of our amazing Matola Rio Children’s Center sponsors. We are so grateful for your faithful and generous support as we care for children in need.
Check out our recent video about Milk Programs which provide life-saving milk, nutrition support, and education to both baby and mother for a healthier future.
Sometimes when we “stop for the one” we find ourselves in places we never expected and meeting people we would never have met otherwise. Sometimes the people we impact reaches much farther than we could ever have imagined.
We love stopping for the one in Mahajanga, Madagascar and demonstrating the love of Jesus to the precious ones in front of us.
Introducing the Stop for the One Milk Program! We are providing life-saving milk to babies in need.
Since October 2017 there has been a group of militant extremists responsible for scores of attacks against government institutions and civilians in the north of Mozambique where we live.
One of our Iris missionaries, Francesca, shares how she and her family choose to view a group of boys by their true identity, as princes, and how their lives were transformed through Jesus.
Meet our Iris Matola Rio Base Director, Corrie, and the amazing children at the Matola Rio Center!
Iris missionaries, Jessica and James Brewer, are using their skills in media on the mission field to help transform lives, give a voice to the voiceless, and bring hope to the lost and the broken.
Join Yolanda and Sylvie as they share their heart for family at the Iris Footprints base in South Africa!
We are so excited to announce our Iris Global Cambodia Children's Center has been added to sponsorship!
Take a quick peek into how Stop for the One is helping to fulfill the call of the Gospel in word and action in Kenya! The Village of Peace Project focuses on eliminating the educational roadblocks many children face in Kenya. Watch the video to see how this happens.
The main focus of the Iris Kenya Village of Peace Project is to empower this village to break away from this cycle of poverty and despair by educating the children. We will set up projects that empower and encourage self-sustainability, teaching the unemployed skills, such as sewing and organic farming - skills they will be able to use at home and to earn an income.
Once a week, our Iris Guinea Base feeds over 200 children in their local community. Base Director, Sia Tongu, shares a testimony of how the Lord multiplied food!
CHILDREN'S DAY! Every year on June 1st we celebrate our children and the children of Mozambique, feeding around 6,000 children!
We are so thankful for Joyce Meyer Ministries program called Hand of Hope which provides a very important snack during school hours to all of our children in our Iris Pemba School!
Check out our new swimming pool at the Pemba Base!
A quick peek into the dreams of some of our Iris Footprints Children!
Hope Families encourages the local Church to care for their community!
Agape Kids Club is a generation of kids learning to love God and love their neighbor.
In front of me was one of the girls who had come with a piece of bread. She smiled widely and I reciprocated. Then she broke the bread and gave me a piece. I tried to refuse, I really did not want to eat some of her little supper, but she insisted. It was extravagant. Extravagant sharing.
I witnessed, our daughter, stopping for the one, she sat face-to-face explaining the gospel so patiently and tenderly speaking to Maria. The very one that had once been stopped for was now pouring into others with only a love that comes from Jesus.
This year our girls at Village of Joy have been learning a very important life lesson...what love looks like!