“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat…” - Matthew 25:35 Starvation is a constant concern in the communities we serve together around the world. Mothers struggle to feed their children. Orphans don’t know where their next meal is coming from. It’s easy for them to lose hope when the only thing on their minds is survival. But thanks to your generous support and a partnership with Feed My Starving Children, over 250,000 meals were shipped to Kenya in June. And Kinship Projects were able to deliver some encouragement to their communities by distributing the life-saving food.
On a beautiful spring day in Chom Choa, Cambodia, the ministry from the Chom Choa Kinship Project arrived in the downtown plaza to distribute food. Dozens of families and individuals in this impoverished community came to receive the food distributions, all of them happy and thankful for this blessing. Srey Pin, one of the ministry members from the Kinship Project, is a young woman who also serves as worship leader on Sundays. While she was handing out the servings of rice to the community, she was delighted to see the smiles on everyone’s faces. Then she noticed one man who