As they say, Christmas is just around the corner; and in the Redeem West Africa ministry, feverish preparations are already underway to make the festivity an 11th hour surprise to some 200 children who have lived lives of hopelessness in the foregoing year.
These children include, but are not limited to, urchins, orphans, marginalized, disabled, unwell and vulnerable precious young souls who have been so fortunate to have survived life thus far. They too, like the rest of us, are under construction. John 10:10 speaks to the issue directly: “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”
Anytime we leave those that society considers to be the “scum” of the earth, the devil comes to build them up into his image. And anytime we reach out to these same neglected ones, Jesus comes to build them up into his image.
I don’t know much about your area, but where I live Christmas is the time of the year that the devil scales up his operations to ensnare more people.
This Christmas, our ministry has purposed to save some 200 vulnerable children from satanic influence and from the camp of the enemy. Without our intervention and your support, we are likely to have 200 more brigands in the making, who will be ready to operate in the coming year as forces of evil.
To help avoid this, we plan to shower them with untold love, surprise them with goodies, feed them with square meals, cloth them with Christmas dresses, and above all, lead them to Christ and establish them in the house of God; so they can be under Holy Spirit construction.
Would you please join us to make this Christmas the birth of a new life for the 200 children? Together, let’s touch and change these lives for good. It just might be the most rewarding Christmas for you, for us, for the children and for the Ghanaian society as we bring 200 children under positive construction. Heaven is eagerly looking forward to this event; so are we. What about you?
Thanks in advance for letting God touch your heart to lend a hand. Bless you.