Sponsor a Child



Jesus said “let the little children come to me”. He cared for them then and He cares for these little Samburu children now in their poverty. They are impoverished spiritually, and impoverished physically. If you will just choose to love one, that sponsorship will go on to fund him or her being discipled, educated, and physical needs met.  

The Samburu are pastoralists who live in deep poverty. Families are large and prospects for children are very limited.

How does sponsorship help?
Education can be a ticket out of poverty for all children. For boys, it provides an alternative to the violent life of a warrior, and for girls it can spare them from child marriage. Children in the program have their educational costs covered and basic needs met through provision of food, clothing, footwear and medical expenses. They also receive one on one discipleship. 

What is discipleship?
Jesus commanded us in the Great Commission to make disciples, and that’s why we have the personal, one person to one person approach to sponsorship for both children and elderly people. Although discipleship is costly, it’s what we are called to do personally, and our program fulfils that. Through this program we disciple through fortnightly one person to one person meetings where we talk, listen, read the Bible together, give guidance, and pray. To listen, that's love. To learn of all their troubles and challenges, then to share the saving message from the Scriptures and to pray with them in all their needs bears much fruit.

How much does it cost?
It costs just $15 a week to sponsor a child. 

Donations $2 and over are tax deductible in Australia to the extent permitted by law.

What will I get in return?
The joy of touching a life with God's word and God's love! You will also receive communication from the field every six months, alternating between progress reports and letters from the child. You are welcome to write back if you wish.


"Discipling to follow Jesus"