Ali Angobona takes listeners on a journey deep into the heart of north-central Africa to his home country of Chad, where Sahel Desert temperatures can reach 120 degrees and people struggle to sustain life and livelihoods. But there is reason to hope.
Efanor Nore has lived his entire life in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, but never imagined his city would dissolve into the violence that currently reigns over the streets there. Hear how he clings to hope amidst the chaos.
Join host Cathy Herholdt as she shares stories of hardship and hope in Haiti and Bangladesh—two places that captured her heart, but where people currently face extreme challenges living there.
The Horn of Africa drought crisis is threatening lives and stealing hope in Samburu, Kenya. World Concern staff members Joseph Muigai and Faith Nasieku talk about the need for innovative solutions.
World Concern’s Peter Mutua gives a first-hand look into the effects of the severe drought conditions in Somalia and shares the heartbreak of witnessing families who have lost children to starvation.
Relive some of the most incredible moments from season two of The End of the Road podcast with your host Cathy Herholdt.
Tracy Minke’s fascinating life has taken her to some of the hardest places on earth, but these experiences ultimately led her right back to where she always wanted to be.
We caught up with filmmaker Jeff Arnold while he was on the ground in a remote part of South Sudan. Hear his description of the environment and challenges there in this brief phone interview.
Daryl Finley has traveled the globe to some of the world’s toughest places to capture photos of the people, places, trials, and transformation happening at the end of the road.
In part 2 of our conversation with Joshua Bundi, he shares how his calling to serve in South Sudan was confirmed and the blessings he has reaped by following it, despite challenges.
Joshua Bundi shares how he stays connected with his family in Kenya and present as a parent to his three children, even though he works nearly 1,000 miles away in South Sudan.
As CEO of CRISTA Ministries, Jacinta Tegman is committed to reaching the lost, even when it means pushing forward into hard places. Hear her personal experiences at The End of the Road.
Vanessa McElroy has lived and served in Ukraine for 21 years. She shares what life is like in her country right now as she prays for peace and opens her home to those who have fled the conflict.
James Francois grew up in one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince and has lived his entire life in Haiti. Hear how he survived—and now thrives—in one of the world’s toughest places.
Raphael Leshore was a Moran and is now a young elder in his village in the remote region of Samburu, Kenya. He’s also a Christian with a unique opportunity to share Jesus with his community.
Relive some of the most incredible moments from the inaugural season of The End of the Road podcast with hosts Cathy Herholdt and Karess Linzer.
Mindy Lee Irvine had a vision to raise $40,000 to protect vulnerable children in Southeast Asia. On her 40th birthday, she did just that—and so much more.
Seattle area pastor, Steve Brooks, discovered ministry looks very different in remote parts of the world. Hear how his approach to missions changed in the wilderness of South Sudan.
Hear how prayer and humble service helped Rose Ogolla build relationships and change lives in the remote region of Samburu, Kenya.
Nick Archer takes us on a journey across the globe to Somalia – a place that challenged him and changed him forever.
Hear how Jamie Winship, former DC police officer and founder of Identity Exchange, was able to stand in his faith after being arrested and jailed on a remote island in Indonesia.
In Part 2 of our conversation with Merry Fitzpatrick, it’s up the river and through the woods – to an isolated village in the Congo we go!
Humanitarian relief expert Merry Fitzpatrick takes listeners on a heartbreaking journey to Haiti following the 2010 earthquake, then to Chad in the midst of the Darfur conflict.
A follow up conversation with World Concern President, Nick Archer, about World Concern’s calling to hard places and situations—but not all of them.
World Concern President, Nick Archer, discusses why an organization would intentionally choose to work in difficult, dangerous, hard-to-reach places.
Two humanitarians share their experiences as western women living and working in places like Jordan, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Part 2 of our interview with Harun Ringera takes us to the wilderness of South Sudan.
Harun Ringera recounts his childhood in a tiny rural village in Kenya.
Meet your host, Cathy Herholdt, and hear the vision behind the podcast.
Welcome to The End of the Road podcast! Brought to you by World Concern. Launching February 9th, 2022!