When you make it possible for a Kinship Project to rescue an orphan, you not only change and save their lives, you uplift their souls.
You enable Kinship Projects to rescue and provide for orphaned children. You empower Kinship Projects to raise disciples.
The Kireka Kinship Project in Uganda threw a celebration event like no other. They invited all the kids from the local community to come and join them for a special day of evangelism, education, and entertainment. It was a day of fun and learning that left a lasting impression on nearly one hundred children.
The day began with the sharing of Bible stories about Jesus and His unending love for all of His children. The kids listened with wide-eyed wonder and awe as they were told about the love of a Savior who cares for each and every one of them.
The fun didn’t stop there. The children were grouped into teams and had a full day of interactive activities, quizzes, arts and crafts, and games that aimed to teach them about the importance of church and school. All of the kids received lunch, which fueled them up for more singing, activities, and learning. They laughed, they learned, and they had a blast, all while becoming more aware of the power of education and their Father who loves them.
Pastor Richard, who is in charge of the children’s ministry at the Kireka Kinship Project, thanked all the caregivers, volunteers, donors like you, and everyone else who supported the event. He emphasized the importance of continuous education and support for these vulnerable children.
It was a day filled with love, learning, and laughter, and the Kireka Kinship Project leaders couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. They are already planning for more events like this in the future.
Because of you, Kinship United is able to carry out our mission of caring for orphans and widows and making disciples.
Thank you for sharing our mission and carrying out God’s will to uplift the orphan and the widow. Your giving upholds one of God’s most important charges, and enables essential evangelism for “the least of these” and their communities.