Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2016 Away!
This week, we encourage CrossTraining supporters to keep the Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2016 team in your prayers as the team departs on their two week trip. The team will use soccer as part of their ministry to to reach out especially to the children that have been severely affected by AIDs. Team leader Greg Blake and his team of students and adults will over the course of the two-week trip serve the people that are at H.E.A.R.T as well as the orphans at Children of Hope. Follow the Kenya team progress here.
CrossTraining Executive Director, Brad Kenney commented on the Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2016,
One of our first Timothy Projects involved the Children of Hope orphanage and I remember it being a bag of discards from the Colorado Rapids – it wasn’t much. I hope that this time around the blessing of these new jerseys and balls will be a great vehicle that God uses to touch hearts and let the children know that they are loved by Him.
CrossTraining was able to fulfill much of the request that came from Valor Christian High School team headed out to Kenya. Below is a description of the request and fulfillment.
Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2016 Request
Jerseys — small jerseys
Soccer balls — 20
Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2016 Fulfillment
Jerseys — 124
Soccer balls — 10
Ball pump — 1
If you would like to make an additional contribution to help defray the costs of this project please note (Timothy Project: Valor Kenya 2016) in your donation or if you would like to support future Timothy Project ventures, such as this one, 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, soccer equipment, and other outreach tools locally and around the world!