Saturday, June 13, 2009



While we were in Swaziland last year, we had the blessing of spending time with the children and caregivers at Beveni Carepoint. For many of the children in that community, the carepoint is their only source of regular food, Bible teaching, medical care, and love. This past fall, I met via the internet Deb Gangemi. I've mentioned Deb on my blog before. She's passionate about God and providing for His precious least of these...especially orphans and other vulnerable children in Swaziland. Deb has networked and managed to match up sponsors with almost all of the Beveni carepoint children who are ministered to by Children's HopeChest and Adventures in Missions. Here's what I read in an email from her this week:
I'm writing this email to you today to ask you to come alongside the Beveni
Carepoint community and pray! Of the 102 children being cared for there, 84
are now sponsored. Only 18 more children are waiting for the very real hope
that comes from a sponsor.

There are 9 girls ranging in age from 6 years to 16; and 9 boys ranging in age from 5 to 18 years.

Would you please ask people you know to prayerfully consider becoming a sponsor to one of the children of Beveni? You are welcome to share my email address.

I stand in awe at how God has used the virtual world of the internet to knit
together His big kids to take care of His little ones. I know that He knows
the people who need to be in relationship with one of these precious children as much as the child needs it. He is so faithful and true and worthy of every bit of praise!

May He richly bless you with His brand of peace and joy today!

In Him, with faith,
Deb Gangemi

My family has the blessing of sponsoring one girl and our church's youth group sponsors another one. If you would also like to become a part of abeautiful Swazi child's life thru a gift of $34 a month plus letters and evenopportunities to go and minister directly to your child and the carepoint,either visit Deb's blog or contact me for her email address.

Thanks so much!


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