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Praying for your sponsored child as a family

Praying for your sponsored child as a family

Sponsoring a child gives you the opportunity to teach your own kids many lessons, such as generosity, sacrifice, love, and care for the world. They can also learn to appreciate what they have and practice gratitude. Having a child across the globe whom you correspond...
This 11-year-old boy is helping to transform lives … and so can you

This 11-year-old boy is helping to transform lives … and so can you

“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity.” — 1 Timothy 4:12, NIV At age 11, Cole is already making an impact in the world, far beyond the borders of his home...
From the heart to a home

From the heart to a home

As Courtney Peacock watched Victor and his mother walk out the door, emotion strangled her. She knew they would be returning to their mud hut in a dangerous community. Their village was so unsafe that Courtney had been advised to meet her sponsored child and his...
What child sponsorship means to me

What child sponsorship means to me

Over 100 children sit on the floor of their newly constructed church. Their mothers sit in plastic chairs around the edge of the room while young boys peer in through the windows and doorway. The heat of the Guatemalan summer sits heavy in the church as I look over...
‘You’re like another father,’ Lusvin told his sponsor

‘You’re like another father,’ Lusvin told his sponsor

Rich Boone doesn’t speak much Spanish, but he didn’t need to know the language to understand how significant it was when Lusvin, one of his sponsored children in Guatemala, handed him a homemade gift for Father’s Day. “My husband is a 6-foot-2, 200+ pound retired SWAT...
Rescue one boy or girl from child labor

Rescue one boy or girl from child labor

It’s hard to believe, but child labor is still an issue in the 21st century. In impoverished communities around the world, children — some as young as 5 — are forced to work long, hard days in fields and factories just to help their families make ends meet. Going to...
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