• Last month, CrossTraining announced the Timothy Project: Liberia 2015 and the goal of Liberian Institute for Empowerment (L.I.F.E.) to fill a shipping container from Colorado to send to Liberia with soccer equipment and school supplies. Currently, CrossTraining has been able to collect over 500 pieces of soccer equipment including Colorado Rapids jerseys, cones, training vests, backpacks, and cleats for the container project. L.I.F.E.'s mission is to assist in meeting the basic need of the children, youth, and the elders in the Gola Konneh district through the container project. L.I.F.E. continues to collect school supplies, text books, soccer equipment and other basic necessities in an effort to fill the 40-foot container. The hope and intention was to ship the container by mid-October

    Oct 29,
  • In just a couple of weeks, a volunteer team of 23 members from Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church will travel to Juarez, Mexico, for a week-long partnership with a local, Mexican church (La Iglesia Maranatha). For CCPC, this partnership with the pastor and church has been ongoing for some 25 years. The volunteer team will be assisting local church members with several construction projects in the neighborhood and also hosting a Vacation Bible School for local children. The team expects to reach out to upwards of 70 children during the VBS time. In addition to the church and the VBS, La Iglesia Maranatha also runs a community kitchen that visits local schools and identifies and feeds impoverished students a healthy lunch every day - kids who

    Oct 15,
  • Ann Nerney and the team from  Cherry Hills Community Church have returned from Juarez, Mexico and share the following Timothy Project: Mexico 2015 final update. Their team received a donation of nearly 30 soccer balls and many uniform jersey's from the Colorado Rapids via the Timothy Project. Ann and her team were down in Juarez, for four days (9/22 – 9/26) and during that time they built a cafeteria for a middle school, freeing up the previous cafeteria which was really small to become a classroom.  The project provided 32 students a new classroom, and also enabled staff to feed the 350 students at a regular lunch shift.  Previously, the small cafeteria could only seat 20-25 students, 20 minutes at a time -

    Oct 08,
  • This week's Timothy Project update features video of Cherry Hills Community Church and their trip to Czech Republic earlier this summer as part of the Timothy Project program where they requested several indoor soccer balls for their camp. The team touched many young men's lives. Read the final update here. If you would like to make a contribution to projects like these please note Timothy Project in your donation and use the Donate Now link to make a secure PayPal donation. Your financial gift helps to secure additional equipment, sponsor a missionary or organization in an outreach effort, and to cover associated costs of providing bibles, soccer equipment, and other outreach tools locally and around the world! #TPT

    Oct 01,