Impact Stories

A Storm of a Different Kind

Puerto Rico has been battered by its share of “storms” over the past two and a half years. Despite the difficulties, SonSet Solutions has assisted local radio stations to ensure that the message of God’s hope continues.
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Training for Ministry

As we strive to support our partners with the latest technology and manufacturing techniques, we are willing to travel across the world to ensure our methods are current.
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Finding Hope in Times of Despair

In recent weeks and months, many around the world have been stricken with fear – fear that has driven some to despair, searching for hope. Pierre, from Burkina Faso, was struck by how hope found its way into the most despairing hearts. 
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Reaching Difficult Places

Did you know that in Sub-Saharan Africa there are 653 unreached people groups with a population of 887 million?  How does technology designed and assembled in Elkhart, Indiana impact these souls?
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Unified for a Purpose

Imagine- if every man, woman, and child in Africa could turn on a radio and hear the gospel of Jesus Christ in a way and language that they could understand.
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Phone Charger Sparks Ministry

The power to enable others to provide and care for their own and others’ needs is a privilege and a responsibility that SonSet Solutions is blessed to share! It is exciting to see how God can multiply our gifts!
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Have You Seen My Camel?

Eddie Andersen, an Africa Inland Missionary, moved to northern Kenya with his family to reach the Gabbra people with the gospel. Despite the difficulties, a little ingenuity led to a way to reach many!
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Becoming a Fool for Jesus

God has used Joseph’s obedience to not only grow him, but to impact others around him. His faithfulness has led to great fruit.
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Nutritious Weed Feeds Hospital Patients

If it weren’t bad enough being hospitalized, having to go without food would be detrimental during a patient’s recovery process. Like many hospitals in Africa, Pioneer Christian Hospital in the Republic of Congo had no way to feed its patients.
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