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Every BIG idea, every BIG event, every BIG change, usually starts from a small spark. That’s all we had and, as it turns out, that’s all we needed. Basic necessities such as milk, sugar, rice, canned goods, snacks, juices, cooking oil, soap, laundry detergent, sanitary napkins, toothpaste, toothbrushes, towels and shampoo were availed and donated to the kids.
Christian orphanages the world over are in need of aid, support and simple helping hands. But most of all, these children are in need of something, someone to believe in.
A father to the fatherless, God reminds us that children hold a special place in His heart. Through the help of missionaries like you, lives are changed in an instant. Teens and students who are newbies to missions or missionaries who cut their teeth in the field, Christian orphanages are by far a favorite place to serve among those who are called according to His purpose.
Come help feed His children. Stay long term and teach them to read or stay a few weeks and just teach them to laugh again . . . no matter how long you stay you will teach them about His boundless grace and endless love.
Though you may only spend a few days among these Christian orphanages in your lifetime, the children who live there for much of theirs will carry your love and introduction to His with them as long as they live. Even more still, you’ll carry the blessing of being a blessing with you every day of your life.
A home for orphaned girls who are well cared for and receive good private school education, food, clothing, shelter, and integration into a loving, Christian family. Interns and other volunteers may come and expect to do anything from cleaning, cooking, construction, and visits with hurting peoples in the

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