Raised funds for a poor family in India, to enable their daughter, Mousumi, to avail of medical services, to repair a hole in her heart.
Church Building-Rongju Valley Darjeeling District India
Fund Church building project in the Rongju Valley Darjeeling District India
Without education, children like these, would be trapped in a lifestyle of miserable poverty and hardship, reasons why Child Labour is thriving in developing countries. EWM encourages all to take a stand against poverty and make a difference by getting involved.
Eternal Word Ministries have arranged sponsors for a few children, but more needs to be done, to equip children to become responsible citizens, and enable them to secure employment to support their families.
Education is the key. Please consider sponsoring children - www.AsianAid.org.au for more information.
ICC says no to poverty. What do you say?
Children are a precious commodity and the love, care and education, received by the poorest of the poor, results in responsible citizens for the future. Without proper education and support, many in the world turn to crime. Your prayers and financial support can help avoid a bleak future for these children.
For more information on how you can help - www.iccaustralia.org.au
ADRA is working hard to bring relief to areas in Australia and around the World with aid projects. Earthquakes, Floods, Famine and other disasters ensure ADRA is kept busy distributing much needed Aid in the areas of food, clothing, medicines and the like.
For more information www.adra.org.au
Your prayers and financial support will be greatly appreciated. God will also bless His children who support the poor and needy.
AWR reaches the unreachable via Radio and helps bring the Gospel to those nations where Missionaries are unable to visit. AWR is another way of spreading the Gospel and we thank God for organizations like the above, because the Bible states:
Matthew 24:14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.
More information can be found at www.awr.org