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Serve Day Highlights from Around the World!

Serve Day Highlights from Around the World!

   Dan Ohlerking
   16 July 2019


From a Guguletfu (Treasured Ones) Event
at Healing Place Church Swaziland
for the special needs population

I couldn’t be prouder of Children’s Cup than I am right now, looking back at what happened this weekend. 

Many of our CarePoints and the churches they are connected with in their communities participated in Serve Day ‘19. Close to a thousand churches in the USA and around the world went into their communities to show the love of Jesus by serving people in practical ways.

There’s nothing like the joy to be found in serving others. Our CarePoint kids and volunteers got to experience that as they joined in by picking up trash, visiting shut-ins, playing with special needs kids and their families, serving meals to was a day FULL of beautiful displays of the love of Jesus, and the joy of giving hope and delivering smiles. 

Serve Day in
Santa Rose, Dominican Republic

When you give to Children’s Cup, it’s not just money you’re giving. You’re giving life-changing Hope. Thank you for making it all possible. Pray for us, and ask God if now is the time to give something extra to help us reach more kids with Hope.


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