Here are some of the precious children and their stories. Bear in mind that these stories are very much still being written. Your support of Children’s Cup not only makes it possible for these stories to happen, but gives hope for thousands more innocent children in need to have a story much like these.
Moreblessing is a friendly and cheerful child who enjoys playing with her friends. She is quite a popular girl. Not so long ago, the carepoint facilitator noticed that Moreblessing had become a bit withdrawn and often times would arrive late at school. [READ NOW]
Her name means “queen” but her childhood gave her little hope of ever being more than just another broken life drained of all hope. When she was still just a child,
her father died, and she was left in charge of her younger brother since their mother was unable to care for them. [READ NOW]
When I first saw 5-year-old Lungelo he wore a ratty shirt and nothing else even though it was a cool day. He was extremely dirty with urine and faeces on his legs and he was sick with a virus. My heart just went out to him not because of his lack of cleanliness but because he hung his head in embarrassment and shame. [READ NOW]
A couple years ago, she spent her days alone on the street, sickly and hungry. Now she’s five years old, and she’s graduating with her class at her CarePoint and is a vibrant, hope-filled, bright little girl. [READ NOW]
One of our favorite stories. This little girl won the hearts of our entire team and everyone who met her as she faced death time after time due to sickness and abuse. But God has given her a testimony… [READ NOW]
She was burned by fire, and her wounds were deeper than medicine could cure. Thank God for our nurse missionary Jessie who is full of Jesus as well as medical expertise. This is another story of the power of authentic love. [READ NOW]