• CrossTraining has received another Timothy Project request from Valor Christian High School and the Math and Science Instructor/Team Leader Greg Blake. Blake and his Valor team of 25 (21 students and 4 faculty) will depart to Kenya June 16-30. Valor for a number of years now have been working with H.E.A.R.T and Children of Hope. Children of Hope, an orphanage in Kenya was an early Timothy Project recipient in 2011. Valor Christian High School’s Discovery Kenya program provides a unique opportunity for students and school faculty to serve and support widows and orphans. The Kenya Discovery Team will partner with H.E.A.R.T Ministries and Children of Hope to bring healing and empowerment to widows, orphans, and others impacted by poverty and HIV/AIDS and other diseases. For Valor,

    May 26,
  • From all the way in typically, rain-soaked Seattle, Timothy Project: Swaziland 2016 looks to the dry, landlocked country in southern Africa. Surrounded by South Africa and Mozambique, Swaziland is the only remaining monarchy in Africa. With nearly 1.3 million people, it has the highest rate of HIV per capita in Africa causing an abundance of orphans and destitute children. There is an urgent need to rescue, protect, and empower these children! New Life Homes (NLH) is an organization caring for these orphans. They currently minister to 40 children from the ages of two years old up to their early twenties on the New Life Homes Farm found in the Shiselweni region in rural Swaziland. The two core values of NLH are

    May 19,
  • It's been a busy season for the Timothy Project! Here are some updates on the current projects: Guatemala 2016 - packing day, Sunday, May 15 Liberia 2015 - shipping container inventory and inspection Thursday, May 19 Senegal 2016 - Colorado items being sent to North Carolina shipping container, Thursday, May 19 Forge 2016 (Mexico and Honduras) - Timothy Project delivery day, Thursday, May 19 If you would like to make contributions to these Timothy Projects please note (Timothy Project) in your donation. You can also  support future Timothy Project ventures, please 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,

    May 12,
  • For the past 25 years, Forge has been sending international mission teams to countries in various locations throughout the world in fulfillment of their mission and vision to raise up “Kingdom Laborers” who are challenged, equipped and mobilized to follow Jesus and his example to make disciples who make disciples. Most of Forge's international teams engage the international mission field as part of an intensive discipleship training program that is headquartered from Denver, CO. Teams usually consist of young adult students from across the U.S. and from other international locations. Forge provides biblical training, team building, stateside and international ministry opportunities and a life-planning process that launches them back into their local communities. Forge uses sports as a platform to communicate the gospel message to indigenous

    May 05,