Francisco has been a faithful disciple for nearly 30 years and his wife, Kenia, for nearly 14 years. They live in Comayagua. a 30 minute drive outside of the Tegucigalpa Church. They loyally make the journey to church via bus and their devotion has lead one of their daughters to start studying the Bible.
Although Francisco is in search of employment, the economic situation in Honduras makes it difficult to find good paying jobs. Our faithful family has been struggling to make ends meet and they are asking for your help to purchase groceries and pay for their children's school fees. Any support you can lend toward their $500 goal will be greatly appreciated.
Dolapo, a faithful sister in Christ, endured a childhood of hardship. At the age of eight, Dolapo was forced to quit school and work at a bar to help provide for her family. Working during school hours and late evenings, Dolapo’s uncle took notice of this and spoke with her father. Pleading for his niece and her future that was at risk, Dolapo’s father willingly released her into her uncle’s care. Dolapo’s has been in a great family unit since then and is an active member in the Lagos Church. She is currently attending school and is looking forward to graduating.
When the pandemic struck in Nigeria, Dolapo’s aunt and uncle were both laid off from their jobs. Her aunt and uncle are seeking $300 in assistance from brothers and sisters to help them during this time. Their plan is to continue paying for Dolapo’s education and buy groceries for their family.
Six years ago, Chinwe made the best decision of her life and chose to follow Christ. As a member of the Ikeja-Ketu region of the Lagos Church, Chinwe and her family are a part of the family ministry and love God’s kingdom. She surpassed all the hardships of being a single mother in a low-income community and was able to pay for her children’s school fees. Chinwe works as an office assistant in a small local business that has suffered greatly during the pandemic.
The financial turmoil that Africa has faced due to COVID19 has left little to no relief for small business owners, thus, Chinwe’s job has decreased her hours and her income has dwindled. Chinwe is requesting $400 in financial assistance in order to feed her family and continue paying for her children’s education. She is truly appreciative of any help you can provide and thanks you for your giving hearts.
Aldo and his wife Patricia have been faithful disciples for five and fourteen years respectively. They have two young daughters and their entire family is an indispensable part of their small congregation of twelve in Leon, Nicaragua. Due to the devastating economic situation in Nicaragua, both Aldo and Patricia have been unemployed since June 2020. Thanks to the generosity of family, friends, and the church they have manged to get by.
However, their need for food, basic utilities, and medicine have exceeded the limitations of their humble supports and they need help. They are requesting $350 to assist them basic needs for a month as they continue to search for employment. Your consideration and support will make a great difference to this family.
Hello my name is Rosine and I have been a disciple and a part of the Church of Christ in Abidjan since August 2015. I am grateful to have the opportunity to bring others to Christ and share my joy with them. Although I have lost both my mother and father and had to drop out of school due to financial issues, I am grateful for the family I have today. My husband and I have an eleven year old boy, Jean. We both work hard to provide for our family
When the pandemic hit the country, I lost my job and I have not been able to find anything new. I am seeking assistance of $600 to pay for my child’s school fees, my own school fees, and basic needs as we strive to make ends meet on one income for the time being. Your consideration for our needs is greatly appreciated. God bless!
Miriam has been a faithful disciple for more than eight years. She and her husband Efrain have two young children, Efraincito and Eva. Although her husband has not yet made the decision to become a disciple, he attends church regularly and his father was baptized earlier this year.
Honduras has experienced high levels of violence and impoverishment for many years. The country has gained wealth, but the gap between the rich and the poor is vast. As of 2019, nearly 50% of the population lived in poverty. This faltering economy does not lend itself well to maintaining stable employment and Efrain has recently been left without a job. The family is asking for $300 in assistance to buy groceries, pay for their children’s education, and assist Miriam’s elderly mother with the cost of her medication. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Estiben and Veronica have been disciple since 2016. They are faithful servants who diligently lead the children’s ministry. They have two children Mathias, and Thiago. They live in a small apartment and Estiben works hard to provide for his family, but his modest income is rarely enough to cover all their expenses. In July, after suspecting that he had contracted COVID-19, his employer asked him to stay home from work. Soon after, Estiben was tested and it was confirmed that he was ill. Thankfully, he was has recovered and doing well, but the lost wages during the time he was sick have made it even more difficult for the family to keep up with expenses.
The family has requested $300 to assist them as they work to get back on their feet. Your support for this family will be greatly appreciated.
Evelyn was baptized in July of 2018. She lives in with her mother and three children Victor (13 years old), Camilo (6 years old), and Santiago (7 years old). She and her children immigrated to Colombia from the devasting situation in Venezuela in search of better opportunities. Unfortunately, Evelyn suffers from numerous medical issues that make it difficult to secure a stable job. Even with her condition, Evelyn strives to provide for her family by selling prepared foods and providing haircuts.
The family is fighting to see through this, but they need assistance to stay on their feet. Evelyn and her children are requesting $300 to help pay for food and housing expenses. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Greetings dear brothers and sisters, my husband Rafael and I have been disciples for 21 years. We are active members in the eastern region of the Mexico City Church. We have joyfully served in the children’s ministry, victory ministry, as Bible Talk leaders, sector leaders, and as pastors. We have two college aged children who are currently in school and my husband and I sell pet food at different markets to make a living.
On July 28, 2020, my husband began to experience a series of health complications including clots, major bleeding, seizures and loss of consciousness. He was hospitalized and kept on a ventilator for seven days. Doctors are still unsure what caused all of these issues, but the damage to his organs has been severe. He is currently suffering from inflammation in the brain, kidney damage, intestinal paralysis, liver damage, water retention in the lungs and prostate issues. The toxins in his system continue to rise and his condition remains critical. We trust and hope in God for a speedy recovery and appreciate your prayers.
Due to the pandemic, our income has greatly diminished, and my husband's hospitalization has made it impossible for us to resume our work. Due to our great need, we request $1,000 to assist is with medical bills, nutritional needs, and housing expenses.
Abiola and his wife Bunmi have each been disciples for more than 25 years. Abiola works at the airport and Bunmi works at a school. They both work hard to provide for their family, but when the pandemic swept across the country the government had to take action and many businesses were closed. The airport and many of the schools have been shut down and much of the staff has been let go including Abiola and Bunmi.
It has become very difficult for Abiola and Bunmi to live without an income and they are struggling to put food on the table. They are requesting $350 to assist them in paying for basic needs including groceries.