A little about Renacer:
You have an amazing opportunity to sponsor a child in need through this wonderful ministry. For many of these children, traditional sponsorship and one-on-one correspondence is not possible for a number of reasons, including government and legal regulatiions of photographing minors. They have stories you will never hear, and sweet faces you will never see. But we work with, support and love them, knowing that our Father in heaven not only sees them, but adores them unconditionally.
Over 30% of our ministries around the world at Christ For the City International minister to impoverished children. Along with meeting their spiritual needs, and showing them the love and hope of Jesus Christ, we provide food, clothing, education, daycare and healthcare. We work with orphans, as well as homeless, drug addicted, incarcerated, abused and neglected children. Our missionaries work in prisons, daycares, schools, camps, youth groups, slums, homes, sports fields, clinics, orphanages and on the streets.
Individuals, families, youth groups, small groups, sports teams or churches can change the life of a child in need. Would you consider sponsoring this program today?
“All Emily* could remember from her childhood were the drugs. Her mom doing drugs. Dealing drugs. Herself, doing both. Growing up to date older men, to drink with them, to sleep with them. She was abused by them, often not coming home with nowhere to run. Hating everyone, her mother, herself. She was into sexual experimentation. At that time, she was 13. Angry, drug and alcohol dependent, and hardened beyond her years. “But now”, she said at her graduation, “I love myself. I am excited for my future. I know who I am, with God. I am strong.”
*Name has been changed for privacy.
Bring hope to girls at Renacer “Rebirth” Home in Costa Rica, recovering from life on the streets – drugs, sexual exploitation and brokenness. These young women voluntarily commit to an intense 18-month rehabilitation program, through which we communicate the love of Christ to them through Bible studies, discipleship and other activities.