We belive that the world can be a better place.
We want to build five orphanages in Africa over the next ten years. While celebrities have made it trendy to have concern for places like Africa, we know that any aid given now will decrease once the “cause of the moment” effect wears off. We want to help suffering children, long after the world’s focus is no longer on them.
Children in need of support is not only an African problem but it is as American problem as well.
Many children in our country go to bed hungry, afraid, or with no family to love them. According to a recent study, 11.2 percent of families in the United States experienced hunger in 2003. According to World Vision, children make up one-fourth of the entire homeless population in the United States. On average, these children are just three years old.
Feeding and clothing children only meets their basic needs. Boys and girls need moms and dads. We want to raise awarenes of the need for foster care and adoption. There are over 500,000 children with no families of their own in our country alone. We believe that adoption is inherently Christian in nature because all believers are adopted into God’s family.
It is our prayer and desire to help children in need whenever and however we can. While we cannot reach everyone, with your support, we can help those who are ministering to children in need.
The need is two fold.
Everyone needs resources to effectively meet the needs of the children they help.
We believe that many people have the desire to help those in need, especially children. However, the need is so overwhelming that they don't know where to start or who to help.
It is our vision to reconcile these two issues. Through research we have established relationships with organizations who minister to children in need. We provide prayer, finances, and volunteers so our partner organizations can focus on helping fatherless children.
We exist to provide physical, emotional and spiritual aid to underprivileged children around the world. We work to connect those with needs to those with resources.
"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come! All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation: that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting men's sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation."
- 2 Corinthians 5:17-19 (NIV)