When I was 18 my parents gave me a car to get back and forth to the university. It wasn’t brand new, but it was a Mustang, and it was reliable. I drove it for four years and was never late for a class, at least not because of the car. I wasn’t nearly grateful enough to my parents for the gift.
Our High-5 partners in Rwanda are in need of a car.They are doing great work and have just expanded into another district. Children are hearing the Word of God; teachers and parents as well as the kids are experiencing the life-changing healing and restoration that comes from instilling love, hope, thankfulness, respect and honesty into their lives. But they need a car.
As the program expands, it is more costly and time-consuming to travel without a car. It is expensive to rent one, and old ones are very unreliable. We are trusting God to supply this need and hope that you will do what you can to help. We have raised half of the needed funds for a used car in good condition. Would you consider a gift to help Christophe and his team? It would be heartbreaking for a child to be eternally lost for lack of a car.