This article was originally published in the March 2021 edition of ITMI Monthly.
At the end of 2020, your Christmas giving supplies our partners with these tools to use in sharing the Gospel with the hurting and needy.
Twenty-seven South Sudanese families will be provided with a hand-washing kit and clinic where they’ll hear the Good News.
Six at-risk children will receive a scholarship to learn about Jesus in a fun and memorable environment at summer camp put on by ITMI’s Tomek Jezyk at Kalisz Baptist Church in Poland.
Sixty-five Project Joseph food parcels were provided for hungry families.
Fourteen impoverished families in Moldova will each receive 20 of the 280 total ducks donated, giving them a sustainable food source.
Fifty blankets will be provided for impoverished families who can’t afford one or don’t have access to them.
Four disadvantaged children from Kalisz, Poland, will receive a scholarship allowing them to participate in David’s Club for an entire year. David’s Club participants learn discipline through martial arts and are invited into relationships with Jesus and the believing instructors.
Twenty-eight widows in South Sudan will be trained in Biblical finances and receive seed-money to start a micro-business, creating a regular income for their families.
Your sacrificial giving put these gifts into the hands of our faithful, godly national partners, who will take them and use them to demonstrate and declare the Good News to many.
Your gifts will extend their reach into the lives of the hurting and suffering people God brings into their paths as they seek to share the Good News in any way possible.
Thank you for your generosity!
About the Authors
Steve Evers has advocated for and served the ITMI partners as ITMI Director since 2001. Approximately once a year, Steve visits with ITMI partners in their countries and brings stories back to encourage supporters. Steve enjoys photography and mechanics, (both hobbies that have greatly benefited ITMI partners!) Prior to becoming ITMI's Director, Steve served on the Board of Directors for 4 years. Steve lives in Arizona with his wife, Darlene.
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