Edith is 16 years old and she has been a disciple of Jesus for one year.
She has grown up in the church and attended childcare from the age of 6 years old. This year she will be in her 4th year of high school. She is a very intelligent girl. Her mother, Brenda, has been a disciple of Jesus for 10 years, she was the first disciple of the International Church of Christ in Malpaisillo.
Her father, Eddy, is not a disciple, and has restricted them from attending church, but both Edith and Brenda continue to love God and have found ways to serve Him and the church.

My name is Emile. I have been a disciple for 23 years. I married a wonderful sister who has been a disciple for more than 20 years and together we have 2 girls. The eldest is 10 years old and the youngest is 6.

I work at an NGO that provides humanitarian relief and my contract ended in September 2020. While I was working my salary didn’t cover all of our expenses so, my wife started selling food products (cassava, bananas) in order to make ends meet.

With the advent of COVID19, the price of food has increased, and her sales have taken a hit. My wife suffers from a cardiovascular problem that we have difficulty treating due to lack of funds and impedes her from working fulltime. This situation has weighed on me tremendously and I am doing everything that I can but, currently we owe rent, and tuition. Additionally, my wife recently had two deaths in the family and most of our savings were depleted as we assisted with funeral costs. Despite all these difficulties, we remain faithful and we hope that you may find it in your hearts to assist us as we work ourselves out of this financial situation.

Request $750

Our sister Nunudzai has been a disciple in Zimbabwe for 9 years. She was baptized in 2012 and three years later she lost her husband in an unfortunate car accident. Following her husband's death, she fell into a severe dysfunctional depression which strained many of her relationships and caused her to lose her job.

Thanks to much prayer, support, and medical attention she was able to work through her condition in 2019. Nunudzai is working to rebuild her life and care for her four children, but the pandemic has brought unforeseen financial difficulties that have deeply impacted her limited budget. Nunudzai and her children are seeking assistance to pay for the extra costs of online school materials, mental health services, and support for basic needs.

Your support for our widowed sister and her children is greatly appreciated.

Request: $300

Cambodia Education Fund

The Cambodian Education Fund is designed to help the children of disciples go to private schools. Public schools in Cambodia provide a very substandard level of education, and do not equip the students for success in the future. The students we support have been sponsored by ETF since they first started school, and they are required to keep good grades. The support they get for tuition and books is only offered to families in the church with limited income. By supporting the education of these amazing people, they are able to grow up and become leaders in the church and in their community. All of them want to be disciples someday, and two of them already made this decision. On the SEE YOUR IMPACT page you can read many of their stories because, they have been sponsored by many generous people over the years. Thanks for your consideration.

About Chim Dara:

My name is Dara and I am 20 years old. When I was 14 years old I had to stop going to school because my family needed me to go to Thailand for three years to work and provide financial support. Life was very difficult while I was there because I did not have a workers permit and I constantly had to move from one job to another. When my Dad became a disciple, church members helped me get back in school. I am working hard to catch up with my studies, but it is a big challenge for me. Things with my family are still very difficult financially because my mother is chronically ill, and my older brother has unfortunately developed a drug problem, but I am hopeful that obtaining a good education will change the course of my life. In the future I want to teach agriculture, help poor families and help kids like me stay in school. But most importantly, I hope to spread God’s word to others.

Thanks to generous ETF donations,

this need has been met!

Cambodia Education Fund

The Cambodian Education Fund is designed to help the children of disciples go to private schools. Public schools in Cambodia provide a very substandard level of education, and do not equip the students for success in the future. The students we support have been sponsored by ETF since they first started school, and they are required to keep good grades. The support they get for tuition and books is only offered to families in the church with limited income. By supporting the education of these amazing people, they are able to grow up and become leaders in the church and in their community. All of them want to be disciples someday, and two of them already made this decision. On the SEE YOUR IMPACT page you can read many of their stories because, they have been sponsored by many generous people over the years. Thanks for your consideration.

About Mao Sokvisal:

My name is Mao Sokvisal and I am in second grade. I am happy to report that I am doing well in school and I am in level 2 English. I am still not sure what I want to be when I grow up, but I do know that one day I want to follow God like my mom.

Thanks to generous ETF donors,

this need has been met!

Cambodia Education Fund

The Cambodian Education Fund is designed to help the children of disciples go to private schools. Public schools in Cambodia provide a very substandard level of education, and do not equip the students for success in the future. The students we support have been sponsored by ETF since they first started school, and they are required to keep good grades. The support they get for tuition and books is only offered to families in the church with limited income. By supporting the education of these amazing people, they are able to grow up and become leaders in the church and in their community. All of them want to be disciples someday, and two of them already made this decision. On the SEE YOUR IMPACT page you can read many of their stories because, they have been sponsored by many generous people over the years. Thanks for your consideration.

About Charim Darith

Hello my name is Darith and I am 12 years old. My father and I live with a family of five. We don't have much material-wise, but I am grateful that last year my dad became a disciple and I have gained a great spiritual family. School is going ok for me and in the future I hope to become a doctor and a disciple so I can teach people about the Bible. Thanks for your help; the opportunity to go to a good school is truly life changing!

Thanks to generous ETF donors,

this need has been met!

Cambodia Education Fund

The Cambodian Education Fund is designed to help the children of disciples go to private schools. Public schools in Cambodia provide a very substandard level of education, and do not equip the students for success in the future. The students we support have been sponsored by ETF since they first started school, and they are required to keep good grades. The support they get for tuition and books is only offered to families in the church with limited income. By supporting the education of these amazing people, they are able to grow up and become leaders in the church and in their community. All of them want to be disciples someday, and two of them already made this decision. On the SEE YOUR IMPACT page you can read many of their stories because, they have been sponsored by many generous people over the years. Thanks for your consideration.

About Sam Rosika:

Hello I am Rosika, I am 12 years old and in Grade 8. I enjoy watching anime, reading, playing music and musical instruments, learning languages, nature, and drawing. My family likes taking care of animals, growing food, cooking together, and sometimes we travel. I am excited to see what the future holds for me and I look forward to being old enough to study the Bible!

Thanks to generous ETF donors,

this need has been met!

Cambodia Education Fund

The Cambodian Education Fund is designed to help the children of disciples go to private schools. Public schools in Cambodia provide a very substandard level of education, and do not equip the students for success in the future. The students we support have been sponsored by ETF since they first started school, and they are required to keep good grades. The support they get for tuition and books is only offered to families in the church with limited income. By supporting the education of these amazing people, they are able to grow up and become leaders in the church and in their community. All of them want to be disciples someday, and two of them already made this decision. On the SEE YOUR IMPACT page you can read many of their stories because, they have been sponsored by many generous people over the years. Thanks for your consideration.

About Sam Kevin :

Hello there! My name is Kevin, I am ten years old. I am in sixth grade and I like playing games and learning. My family is kind and and can be very sweet. I look forward to becoming a teenager so that I can study the Bible and become a disciple!

Thanks to generous ETF donors,

this need has been met!

My name is Alabi and together with my wife Charlotte we have five children: Esther and Schekina (12 years old), Debora (9 years old), and Ruth and Emmanuel (3 years old). We have been dedicated disciples of Christ for nearly twenty years each and our joy of belonging to God's kingdom as led us to bring many others to the faith.

Before the global health crisis, I worked as a photographer, but since the COVID outbreak the opportunities for work have dwindled and we are now struggling to pay for groceries and tuition. We are requesting assistance to help support our family during this very difficult time. God Bless!

Request: $600

Danilo and Mary have two children, Natalie (13) and Danny, (10). As a family, they have shown tremendous trust and strength in the service of God. They have continued to grow in their faith throughout the years and they are amazing disciples in the church of Comayagua.

Before the pandemic, Danilo lost his job and began a search for employment, but he was unsuccessful. Once COVID had spread, the situation became incredibly difficult. The church in Honduras along with friends and family have all helped to support the family as much as they could. However, the family still has many needs. Currently, they are in urgent need of assistance with groceries and tuition before their children are unable to finish out their school year. Your support is greatly appreciated. May God bless you.

Request $1,000

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