Advancing the Great Commission

An RCHCC staffer feeding one of the 22 HIV/AIDS-infected and affected children who live at the Cross-funded home.
An RCHCC staffer feeding one of the 22 HIV/AIDS-infected and affected children who live at the Cross-funded home.

Jennifer Bapp is the administrator assistant at the Ruimveldt Children’s Home and Care Centre (RCHCC), a Guyanese shelter where Cross has been sponsoring the care of HIV/AIDS-infected and affected children. Jennifer tells us:

I joined the home in 2005 and I am still here enjoying every minute of my work. I enjoy my job because I am taking care of orphans and vulnerable children. My heart is truly here even when I am away, because the love has grown for these children over the years. Now I can look back and say, truly the Lord was in my decision to work here. To God be the glory!

The great commission that God has called me to…has always been my heart beat to see people come to know him. So this job has really helped me to have a positive outlook about life. Without Christ I am lost, but with him there is life. So glad that I have found salvation. This is my aim – to see our children come to know the Lord Jesus in a real way.

Thank you, Jennifer, for your faithful service to God and to the poor!

-Tony M.

 

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