Cornerstone Community C2C Update – Pictures from the Team

Here are a few pictures that we have taken so far.
We are very encouraged to know that you all continue to pray for us regularly.
Lori with an old friend.

 

Enjoying the children.

 

Greg with Ivan teaching VBS.

 

Playing Limbo

 

Building

 

Dan Preaching

 

Leapfrog Game
Playing Leap Frog

 

Playing Parachute Game in Missions Field
Parachute Fun

 

Building and working in the Mission Field
Hard at work

 

Reanne Testimony
Reanne Sharing Testimony

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About Heidi Heinrich

Heidi Heinrich, church relationship manager for Food for the Hungry's community-to-community (C2C) program, got her start with Food for the Hungry as a volunteer. She began promoting child sponsorship after being incredibly moved to "just do something" about the poverty she had seen while serving internationally on a team. A mother of two adult children who are pursuing their life's work in serving the poor, Heidi attributes their passion to the impression made through child sponsorship. "It has been a journey." she says, "It all began by sponsoring a child in Bangladesh that led to serving on a team. I am very grateful for the experiences God has given me through sponsorship." She also enjoys art and music, and she is finishing her degree in Human Development through Hope International University.

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