Where do we find hope in a world groaning under the weight of a pandemic in which 10’s of 1,000’s have died? Our hope is in the God who became flesh, identified with our struggle and is well acquainted with our grief – in the One who was born to die that we might live. Our message of hope – like a ‘miracle vaccine’ for the soul – is that we have a Savior who is more powerful than COVID-19 and who has overcome death. And so the greatest gift we can offer or that anyone can receive, is the Savior born in a barn, hung as a criminal, resurrected to life and now reigning as King of kings.

As we celebrate Christ’s first coming and come to the end of a year filled with uncertainty, we are most grateful for the faithful generosity of our supporters and for the hope this provides for us and our partner schools.

Our Chrismas wish to you: “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace, as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope…” (Rom 15:13)

If in this Christmas season you would like to “overflow with hope” with a gift, read our newsletter for ways in which you can help!