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Important Message From Heidi Baker Concerning Fraudulent Social Media Accounts

Please note that Heidi does not speak to people on social media or ask for money. Heidi Baker’s REAL social media acounts are and Iris Global is at and our websites are and
Originally Released: Aug 9, 2017

Visiting the Baby House at the Village of Joy - Pemba, Mozambique

Crystalyn and Nathan see some old friends and meet some of the new arrivals as they visit the baby house at our Village of Joy base in Pemba Mozambique.
Originally Released: Jul 5, 2017

Revisiting the Village of Londo

Over the years this remote village has become like another home to Heidi and the team, and local families have even built Heidi her own mud hut here. On this visit we celebrate Jesus with our friends in Londo and distribute solar lanterns from Watts of Love to each of them. Also, please join us in praying for the local school and for God to send them a full-time teacher.
Originally Released: Jul 5, 2017

Breaking Ground on the New Iris University

Heidi shares about our primary and secondary schools and the path to breaking ground on the new Iris University in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique.
Originally Released: Feb 17, 2017

Happy New Year 2017!

Happy new year from Rolland and Heidi Baker and the Iris Global family!
Originally Released: Jan 3, 2017

Children’s Day - 2016

Join us for Children’s Day!
Originally Released: Aug 30, 2016

Chips and Solar Bibles in the Persecuted Church

Heidi shares about solar Bibles and the effectiveness of the Bible on micro SD cards in the persecuted church.
Originally Released: Aug 2, 2016

Famine in Mozambique and Malawi

People in Mozambique, Malawi, and the surrounding regions are experiencing severe food shortages. Heavy rains in northern Mozambique have washed away seeds and crops of subsistence farmers. Without a harvest, the farmers and their families have no income and no food to provide for themselves. Widespread drought in Malawi, central and southern Mozambique, and South Africa has also caused crops to fail and food prices to spike. That combined with currency devaluations and political unrest have created the perfect storm for an already vulnerable community. Many have resorted to foraging for roots and berries in the forests and lily bulbs from the banks of crocodile infested rivers. Our Iris Centers in the region are responding to the crisis by adjusting their programs to provide relief to the most affected people in their communities. They are buying food, cooking meals, and bringing the Gospel of Jesus to villages in need. You can join us in the relief effort through your prayers and generosity.
Originally Released: Mar 17, 2016

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