Impacting lives… here AND there

We have learned and seen that sponsorship has an incredible impact on the child, their family and their community.  But, did you know that sponsorship truly makes a difference in the sponsor’s life?  God uses these opportunities to bring together people who are truly passionate about making a difference in the world!  One of our Daraja interns, Amanda, was able to meet her sponsored child’s other sponsors the other night and shared the story with us…
“God always wows me in the details. At the beginning of the summer I started praying I would meet Kelvin’s other sponsors. The day I told Elisa, she received an email from them saying they wanted to meet the choir! Today that dream came true! We love you Kelvin!”

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