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Meet the 'Cup Missionaries

Meet the 'Cup Missionaries

   Halle Erwin
   8 March 2019

Meet the ‘Cup Missionaries—an incredible group of world changers reaching people for the Kingdom! They are truly taking Psalm 100:1-2 into some of the hardest places of the world, proclaiming "Shout to the Lord, all the earth! Worship the Lord with gladness. Come before him, singing with joy."

Gethin & Bex Amoss
Through Liberty Church NYC, God has blessed us with a wonderful opportunity to partner with Gethin and Bex and their fantastic compassion toward the poorest communities of southern Africa. They shared, “We hope to be hands and feet to the neediest people, bringing our experiences within the field of developmental disabilities and child and youth work. We also carry with us an attitude to learn and grow.”

Jack & Carol Benjamin
Jack and Carol were married in January 2017 and gratefully serve Jesus together as Children's Cup missionaries in eSwatini. They are working to empower young adults by teaching them vocational and life skills. Their prayer is that the young people of the beautiful nation of eSwatini will learn to honor God with their lives, through the work of their own two hands.


Jerry & Karen Holte

Jerry and Karen Holte left Iowa on Thanksgiving Day in 2009 to begin full-time missions with Children's Cup in eSwatini. The departure day was chosen as a statement of their thankfulness for the call and the opportunity to minister in a foreign land. Leadership development continues to be their heart, their calling, and a great source of joy as they serve the Lord. The Holte’s are blessed with four married children and seven grandchildren.


Blanche Kieser

Blanche, a South African born and bred, spent time during her childhood years living in Mauritius, Johannesburg, and Cape Town. She also spent six years living in Chicago where she received a B.A. degree in Youth Ministry. She then served as a full-time children's pastor for six years. Blanche now serves with Children's Cup in eSwatini and South Africa. She is passionate about children, racial reconciliation, and sustainable change!


Brett & Wendy Roseman

After serving in their local church and community in North Carolina, Brett and Wendy felt there was something missing—that God was calling them to something more. Following a few short-term mission trips to Africa where their hearts were forever changed for the children affected by the HIV/AIDS crisis, they drew a line in the sand and stepped across saying “yes" to God. Married since 1985, the Roseman's are blessed with two married children and five grandchildren.

Kim Tucker
After going on several short term missions trip Kim felt the Lord call her to work with Children’s Cup. She shares, “Child Sponsorship is the relationship and means that allows Children’s Cup to provide our holistic child development model to over 3,000 children daily. Without sponsors, who partner with us, the children we care for would miss out on the life-giving component of developing a relationship with a sponsor and knowing that someone believes in them.” Having witnessed, on several occasions, the joyous meeting of sponsors and sponsor children Kim is excited to help develop young, local leaders in our Southern Africa Sponsorship Office.


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