Building on our successful partnership with Christianity Explored Ministries, through which an Albanian translation of the Christianity Explored Course was produced, resulting in upwards of 100 people giving their lives to Jesus so far, a new partnership opportunity has presented itself hot on the heels of the last one.
One of our core aims at Adopt-A-Child is building relationships with our sponsors and supporters and also encouraging them to build a relationship with their sponsored child (or granny/grandad if they sponsor an older person).
When our Guatemala team named their latest project the ‘M25’, they didn’t know that this is a major motorway in the UK!
Each year every one of our registered children in Guatemala and Albania, whether sponsored or not, get a Christmas present from our ministry.
It has been almost 2 years since the first talking started to bring Christianity Explored in to Albanian Language!
In May this year, the Christianity Explored course, translated into the Albanian language, was launched in Tirana, the capital of Albania.
Partnership is very much a key part of all that we are doing in Albania these days, working with other Christian groups to bring as much blessing as we can to the children and families God has given us to care for.
Over the past year or so, AACUK Area Coordinator for Ireland, Scott Ballantine, has been involved in a partnership between Adopt-A-Child and Christianity Explored Ministries to have the Christianity Explored course translated into Albanian for use in churches throughout that country.
During the month of December all our programs in Guatemala and Albania have a special Christmas celebration for all the children who attend throughout the year.
Last year our Area Coordinator for England & Wales, Peter Barton, was contacted by corporate clothing firm Rowlinsons of Stockport. They had several thousand assorted sweatshirts and cardigans that were ‘seconds’ due to the fact that the colour was not quite right for their clients, and they wanted to donate them to charities who were…