Angels in yellow shirts bring help and hope to Nepal

A devastating natural disaster struck Nepal April 25, 2015—a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, followed in the ensuing days and weeks by 304 aftershocks, including one of 7.3 and another 6.7. The initial temblor and its unstable aftermath took the lives of more than 9,000 people, injured more than 23,000 and left some 2 million without adequate food and shelter.



Fiji Islands pastor uplifts village with VM Technology

The name “Fiji” typically instills visions of a vacation paradise, picturesque South Pacific islands renowned for a thriving luxury tourism industry. But the sad truth is that a third of Fiji’s population in rural villages lives in abject poverty and illiteracy.



Volunteer Ministers What Officials Have To Say

“THE MAMPURU ROYAL HOUSE WOULD LIKE TO THANK L. RON HUBBARD FOR THE VOLUNTEER MINISTERS PROGRAM AND FOR WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR OUR COMMUNITY AND OUR CAUSE.” —Prince of the Mampuru Royal House, South Africa


Volunteer Ministers Simple Tools that Save Lives

WASHINGTON: Mary, a young woman in Washington, completed the Answers to Drugs Course online. “I never thought being drug-free was possible until I found this program...


Volunteer Ministers Aid Recovery in Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Two decades after the end of the Bosnian War in 1995, the specter of violence and despair again hangs heavy over the people of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Tuzla Canton was the center of the 2014 “Bosnian Spring” protests that spread to the rest of the country, with hundreds injured in the outbreak of public revolt over high unemployment and two decades of political inertia.