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27 Years of Children's Cup

27 Years of Children's Cup

   Halle Erwin
   1 March 2019

Today, March 1st, 2019 Children’s Cup turns 27 years old. Wow! Check out this note from ‘Cup Co-Founder, Jean Ohlerking-Flower:

“Although God called Dave home eight years ago, I do thank God for the years we had together. The four kids he blessed us with, and all the grands and now our first great. 

Mostly I am grateful that God allowed me to be part of the beginning of Children’s Cup. Scary and thrilling all at the same time—but we knew it was the right thing to do, the mission to which we had been called as youngsters. 

Thank YOU for continuing to fulfill that calling God placed in our hearts, changing the lives of needy little ones by the power of the Cross. Thank you for continuing to give them Hope (Hope’s name is Jesus!)

Lord, I thank you for each one who is even a tiny bit of this ministry to the children that you are giving us. May each one be anointed to do his/her job with confidence and Holy Spirit power, knowing you are loving the children through each worker. 

Please meet every need and give them joy and peace. Bless their efforts with wisdom. In Jesus’ name.

You are loved more than you know...
Meemaw Jean”

And check out the birthday celebrations happening around the world—because of you, Children's Cup is dearly loved!

Thank you for the countless moments of impact for nearly three decades. You are changing the world.

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