From the plentiful plains of Argentina to the mountainous coffee-bean farms of Colombia, much of Latin America is known for its fertile soil and...
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by Laura Fitzpatrick, ICCM Writer | Jun 2023
Beyond the incredible support individual sponsorship provides, International Child Care Ministries (ICCM) oversees special funds that specifically...
by An ICCM Creative Access Country Leader | Dec 2022
It was a hot, sunny day, and our ministry team was visiting one of the refugee camps outside a major city in a creative access country. The team had...
by Rachel Kinley and Emily Hlavka Freed | Dec 2022
The story we encountered was difficult. A student named Yanza raised her hand and shared how an older man had solicited her friends for sex in...
by Rev. Dr. Kevin Austin, Director, Set Free Movement | Jun 2022
All of the above is the reasoning behind our Freedom Sunday 2022 projects:
by Laura Fitzpatrick, ICCM Writer | Jun 2022
“Chiyembekezo” is the Chichewa word for hope. ICCM’s Chiyembekezo project seeks to care for the poorest of the poor in their community. More than half of the children sponsored through ICCM in Malawi are orphans. While some live with guardians or members of their extended family, the caretakers face difficulty in meeting their needs without help. Sponsorship through ICCM makes it possible for these children to receive holistic care.
by Rachel Kinley | Dec 2021
While at school, her dad’s words of abuse often rang in her ears, and she struggled to focus on learning due to her lack of sleep. Yvonne was an ICCM-sponsored child. She was thankful for the opportunity to go to school and prayed for her sponsors every day, and she knew they were praying for her.
by Jan Coates | Dec 2021
International Child Care Ministries (ICCM) is in a Great Commission partnership with pastors’ families around the world. In countries where pastors have significant income limitations, ICCM is helping. Sponsorship provides pastors’ children with school uniforms and fees and supplemental food. Pastors are able to care for their families and focus on ministry.