WE’RE NOT JUST INTERESTED IN RIGHT NOW,
WE’RE INTERESTED IN ETERNITY…
In all that we do, we believe the greatest thing we can offer orphans is found completely outside of ourselves – it is the treasure of knowing and following Christ. Our holistic care model is built upon a firm foundation in Christ alone.
WE ARE CALLED TO BE A BLESSING
We believe that we are blessed to be a blessing to others. There is no denying that it is a blessing to have food, clothing, safety, health, and education. While the holistic care that we provide these children is important, it’s not the most important thing that we do. We seek to exhibit by these Five Principles of The Blessing in the way we care for them.
Where We Work
Uganda is called the ‘Pearl of Africa’ for its lush landscapes, unique tribal cultures, magnificence and biodiversity. Uganda struggled after gaining its independence in the 60’s and suffered from decades of civil and economic unrest. By the mid 80’s Uganda was left with hundreds of thousands of lost lives from tribal warfare, rebel attacks and the AIDS epidemic. The devastating effects upon Ugandan families cannot be overstated. The end result is a country where the fastest growing segment of society is children. Although it is a slow climb back to its previous glory, the Ugandan culture is strong and the sense of family and community is unrivaled. God is at work in and through this incredible country and people.
Once regarded as the most dangerous city in the world Juarez, Mexico sits just across the Rio Grande River. It is hard not to notice the stark contrast of wealth in the US and poverty in this wind-swept valley... or opportunity and despair. The Colonias inhabitants are comprised of the elderly, families, and widows with their children who came here to escape the crime of the city with hopes to find work at a local factory for mere dollars a day. Hope for a better life seems at their fingertips but never quite in reach due to the lack of opportunity and cost of living.
Nicaragua is a blend of vibrant indigenous cultures and Spanish influence. Just outside of Nicaragua’s second largest city of Leon lies a forgotten community of displaced people called Tomas Borge barrio. Once the city dump the residents of the barrio live in makeshift homes from bits and fragments they’ve collected. These people have suffered from generational poverty due to rebel violence, and limited employment opportunities to sustain even their basic needs.
We are committed to caring for and defending the rights of orphans around the world.
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