U.S. Churches Help AIDS Orphans in Africa

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From California to Michigan to Africa, God unites his people in common work. As evidence of that fact, The River Christian Reformed Church in Redlands, Calif., CrossPoint CRC in Chino, and Haven CRC in Zeeland, Mich., have come together to support Beautiful Gate orphanage in the African country of Lesotho, which serves a region that has one of the highest HIV/AIDS rates in the world and lots of needy children.

The churches commit more than just their finances as they send teams of short-term volunteers and even long-term missionaries.

Recently CrossPoint CRC sent a team for 10 days. Danell Czarnecki, member of CrossPoint, said of the workers she met at Beautiful Gate, “They have so little, yet love and give so much, trusting that God will provide what is needed.”

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