1+1 Child Sponsorship


Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in 1+1 Child Sponsorship, Child Sponsorship, Guatemala | 1 comment

-Jeff Lovell, Global Impact Team   Every CPCC travel team prepares and plans for their short-term mission trips.  However, the only sure thing about any trip agenda is that there will be surprises!  One 24-hour period in Guatemala was full of them. Birthday surprise Our partners generously hosted us at Rut’s home for dinner mid-week.  As our partnership has matured into its fifth year, our teams have developed strong relationships with our partners.  After our meal, Josue sneaked in...

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Ripple Effect

Posted by on Jun 30, 2016 in 1+1 Child Sponsorship, Child Sponsorship, Swaziland | 0 comments

-Yasmin Cline The impact of child sponsorship goes beyond just the child who receives food and medical care through monthly giving. Its effect can ripple through the family, the homestead and the community. Throughout the week, our team has been beyond blessed to be able to visit the homes of our sponsor children. We had the opportunity to see, hear and experience another aspect of the lives our children live. At Mzwakhe’s homestead (and his brother, Xolo, who has a different sponsor),...

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What does child sponsorship mean in Guatemala?

Posted by on Oct 19, 2015 in 1+1 Child Sponsorship, Guatemala, Sponsorship | 0 comments

Following my third mission trip to Guatemala, I have learned the answer to the following question: What does child sponsorship mean in Guatemala? It means a child with an abusive father can find a trusting adult to confide in. It means a child whose parents have abandoned him can find a family to love him. It means a child whose parents are away from home working all day/night can learn discipline and respect for others. It means a malnourished child can have at least one nutritious meal and...

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1+1 Update

Posted by on Sep 30, 2015 in 1+1 Child Sponsorship, From Dan, Sponsorship | 0 comments

Dan Crum, Global Impact Director After only two weekends of launching the 1+1 child sponsorship ministry initiative, the number of children sponsored in Kenya, Guatemala and Swaziland has grown from 385 to 570. Well done, Church! Our goal remains 1000, to equal the number of children who come to Kid City on the weekend. If you sponsor a child outside the three partnering organizations of Connection Pointe, please let Teresa Byington know. Every child counts, and these children will be included...

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