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Orphanage Sponsorship

posted by Tom Davis

The key to how we help orphans and orphanages is to have them sponsored by churches and Christian companies. I’m in Augusta, Georgia, home of The Masters golf tournament speaking and launching their sponsorship program. I’m excited to say that Warren Baptist Church is sponsoring 3 care points and sponsored over 200 orphans in Swaziland, Africa today. Way to go Warren!



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Wes Roberts

posted April 22, 2007 at 10:32 pm


…thank God for Warren!
…thank God for Tom!!
…thank God orphans are going to be loved more than ever!!!
…hurry home, safe…I’m here.



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Heidi

posted April 24, 2007 at 2:23 pm


A woman came to our sponsorship table and she said, “I thought about this sponsoring a child thing and I think I’m going to do it, but it just seems like such a small thing, like it won’t really make a difference.” I replied with a quote that I had read recently, “if you think small things don’t make a difference try sleeping with a mosquito!” She wrote the check. Here’s to small things that make a big difference!



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