Acacia Worship Center, a production of SOLE Ministries, established Love Beyond Borders in 2003 with the purpose of meeting the needs of those less fortunate around the world. Currently, we are working to reduce the amount of suffering experienced on a daily basis by the impoverished people of Nepal.  100% of the proceeds from our Love Beyond Borders program goes to providing food, clothing, water, shelter, medical, dental and educational needs of men, women, and children of all religious affiliations, disabilities, race, color, ethnicity, sex and social status. This page is designed to help you learn more about how the money is used to help those in need and how together we can make a difference.

Assisting those experiencing homelessness with reconstruction services

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Providing relief to earthquake victims


Helping to provide clean drinking water to families and communities


Locating and caring for the delicate lives of children in need



Caring for Children

Twelve children in Bhaktapur who are being cared for after losing their parents as a result of the earthquake. Love Beyond Borders provides resources to care for the children and help them continue their education.   Photos of Aakriti Magar, 5 year old who was orphaned in the earthquake. Other...

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Nepal Landslide Report

Love Beyond Borders would like to update our followers with a current landslide status report as we are now coming to the end of monsoon season in Nepal.  To date in 2016, there were a reported 61 fatal landslide events that have claimed a total of 184 lives. The landslides...

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Homeless orphans in Nepal

At Love Beyond Borders, caring for the innocent and delicate lives of children is a priority for us. We are proud to be able to support a ministry in Nepal led by Pastor Reuben Rai, who provides care for the growing number of children who have been orphaned by the...

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