Help One Now

Meet Naiderson. My sons and I watched this video together.

I do not want them growing up not knowing the needs that exist around the world. I’m also trying to instill in them biblical principles.

God teaches us not to forget the poor or the orphans. (James 1:27)

I’m trying to serve in any way I can which is why I am now a Help One Now blogger.

This is all voluntary. I do not get paid to blog for any organization. I do this on my own accord as a way of giving back and helping in some small way.

God has given me the gift of writing and I want to sow it back to Him.

The Lord seems to be reminding me lately about the necessity and importance of children receiving an education.

I just finished reading and reviewing a book called Creating Room To Read by John Woods which is about the importance of education. Mostly, children living in poverty around the world who do not have access to books or schools.

Help One Now is helping children in Haiti which Unicef reports the education statistics are very bleak.

When we watched the video of Naiderson, we were very sad. After the earthquake in Haiti, it left children like Naiderson without schools.

I’ve learned by John Wood and Nick Kristof that children receiving an education is one of the ways to break the cycle of poverty.

In the days ahead, I will be blogging more about the work Help One Now is involved in and how you can get involved or help.

If you are moved to give, just click on the photo above to donate towards this cause. Any amount will be helpful and appreciated.


  • This is really great Pilar. If more writers represented organizations that are helping children in poverty, we could really have an impact. I blog for Compassion btw.

    • Absolutely Kathleen. I think we need more writers and organizations to exert greater kingdom impact in this world so we can witness a societal transformation.

    • Thanks, Kathleen. I am so happy you blog for Compassion as well. Help One Now is looking for more bloggers. If you click on “Help One Now blogger” in my post, you can apply. 🙂

  • Keep up with your great work. It’s encouraging to see more Christ followers to utilize their God-given strengths, talents, and passion to serve others.

    • Thank you so much. All for His glory. I appreciate your comment. 🙂