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stories from the field

Learning to Smile

Many of us have seen profile photos of children in sponsorship programs; they are often solemn, sad and sometimes down-right angry looking. I know I have thought at times, “Wow, that poor child must be so unhappy!” But then I come across a video from the same organization in which the children are playing and laughing, and I scratch my head wondering what the difference is. I recently had the opportunity to visit our children’s sponsorship program in Vernet, Haiti. In advance of the trip, one of the tasks I was preparing to tackle was taking updated photos of the

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disaster recovery

Team Shows Love After Hurricane Harvey

Three Team Members, a piece of cake, and Miss Bonnie It had been three days, and none of us had met Miss Bonnie. “We could see this small shed on the property as we were working, but weren’t sure if someone was actually in there. And then we heard that Miss Bonnie had gone through an entire night sleeping in that shed, without electricity or heat…on a night when it was below freezing.” That’s when the three youngest members of the Houston team from New York decided to pay Miss Bonnie a visit. A Fateful Trip to Houston Even before

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Change the World for One

This June, let’s match 30 sponsors with 30 children in our  programs for the vulnerable. That is a lot of children learning their true worth in Christ through relationship, but it starts with one sponsor choosing one child at a time. Are you ready to change the world for one?

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Transform a Child's Life Through Sponsorship

Habari (hello), my name is Peter

  • location

    Kenya

  • 19 yrs. old

    02-16-2001

Entered the program: July 2013

Peter and his 9 siblings live with their parents, who are peasant farmers, in a rented mud house with no electricity or water. They drink untreated water from a borehole and share a community toilet. It is difficult to provide for all of the children.

 

Sponsorship Level What's this?

Three $38 sponsorships cover the complete holistic care of one child. Cover one, two, or three sponsorships.