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This is Children's Cup

This is Children's Cup

   Halle Erwin
   1 February 2019


Twenty-seven years ago, Dave and Jean Ohlerking began walking toward a dream to minister to children in the hardest places of the world. Based on Matthew 10:42, Children’s Cup was born.

"And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward."

While the work began with meeting the practical needs of a few children in one community, more than 12,000 children are reached daily today. Through more than 50 CarePoints in six countries, people like you are carrying forward with the vision to see Every Child a Whole Child.

    • Bryan describes his local CarePoint as “everything.”

    • Hope is found in hopeless situations for children like Sambulo.

    • Cristian overcame his fear of reading and enjoys presenting the daily devotional at his CarePoint now.

    • Sponsorship changes everything for young boys like Oscar and Antonio.

    • Safe places and physical nourishment are provided for girls like Cecia.

Because of your generosity, incredible life transformation happens each day, year after year. Thank you.


Halle Erwin

Halle wears many communication hats at Children's Cup and loves every single one of them! From Arkansas and living in Manhattan, she's often asked, "You're not from here are you?" You can also often catch her saying "Halle... Like Hallelujah!"

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