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ABC's of Sponsorship

ABC's of Sponsorship

   Halle Erwin
   8 June 2018


Bringing awareness to the need to support orphaned and vulnerable children around the world is paramount. While it’s easy to remain comfortable in our everyday life, it’s also easy to become overwhelmed by the cycle of poverty. You can display acts of kindness in a number of ways! We all must start somewhere. Whether it's a monthly contribution of $39/month or traveling to some of the darkest places in the world, your actions make an impact. Achieving our vision of seeing Every Child a Whole Child requires all of us to work together.


When a child is chosen by a sponsor, a sense of belonging settles into their heart and mind. God intends for every child to become a world changer. This starts with the belief that He has created and purposed them to do great things.


Celebrate how God is working in your life. Challenge others to come alongside you in reaching the world for Jesus. This is where abundant life transformation happens.

So, what do you say? Are you ready to jump in on this opportunity to change the world? We currently have 600 children available for sponsorship in Swaziland alone. This is our biggest need. Will you prayerfully consider sponsoring one of these children today?


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