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Education Saves Lives. Really!
By providing the gift of education to the children in ICC’s programs, you are giving them the most successful weapon available in conquering the debilitating quagmire that is poverty. Thousands of lives have been saved and changed through your support.
There is a caveat. Providing that education has inherent costs. Right now ICC is experiencing a funding shortfall for education costs. We need your help. Learn how you can help us conquer poverty and change lives! Click on the following link.
News From The ICC Cong0 Project
Patmos is surrounded by civil and political unrest yet is located on a tranquil island. Communication with ICC’s projects is vital yet ICC Congo presents major communication obstacles which even modern technology struggles to overcome (a case-in-point is the following story about the Patmos container).
Read the latest news about ICC Congo over at our blog. Click the following link to reach the post.
You Folks Are More Than Awesome!
So many special folks have joined the effort to meet this challenge. You can too! Follow the link to see our progress and learn the complete details of how you can help the kids fulfill this matching grant!
Joel Reyes Leaving ICC
After much prayer and consideration, Joel accepted. Joel's degree is in education and he was serving as principal of the SDA school in Scappose, Oregon, just prior to joining ICC. Upon joining ICC, Joel was first the administrator of the El Salvador project and then our director of public relations.
It is with the mixed feelings of both excitement for Joel’s new opportunity and sadness at his departure that we want to afford Joel our heartfelt best wishes for his tenure at Livingstone. We know he’ll be as much a blessing to the students of Livingstone as he has been to the children of ICC.
We will truly miss Joel’s unequaled passion for ICC’s kids. No better advocate could be had for not only the children of ICC, but for all those orphaned and abandoned children who still need a home and family.
Thank you, Joel, for everything you’ve done for “His Kids!”
Joel sent a letter to his coworkers here at ICC HQ after he had announced his departure and we would like to include here his thoughts as he anticipates the next chapter in his life.
“I will never be able to express in words my feelings of appreciation to each one of you, and I don’t think I will ever again work with a team like this one that functions like a real family. Thank you for making me part of your family.
“I will be working somewhere else but the family will remain. I will always consider myself part of the ICC family, and shall continue to promote it and uphold its mission.
“I pray that someday when our situation has changed and if we are still traversing this world, perhaps we will be brought back together. Thank you for being a family.”
Photo Essay: Container Arrives In Congo
Désiré Murhima, the ICC-Congo project administrator, sent photos of the container being unloaded. Désiré also sent his thanks to all of you for your kind generosity to the children of Patmos.
You can see a few of the photos and read excerpts from Désiré’s letter at the following link. Thanks again for all you do for “His Kids!”
Meet Our Staff Members In Person!
During July and August you will have several opportunities to meet our amazing staff members. Please stop by the ICC booth should you attend one of these events. Click on the link to see the dates.
Have You Seen This?
Our ad for July 2014 is again in the “Gleaner,” the monthly news magazine published by the North Pacific Union Conference of the SDA Church. The “Gleaner” covers the northwest region of the U.S.
If you do not receive the “Gleaner” but would like to see the full-size version of the current ad, use the following link. You’ll find the ad on the top of page 41.
We truly appreciate your support of “His Kids.” Each ad includes a special web address where you can make online donations that will help ICC provide homes and families for even more children. Use the following link to make a donation today!
What’s In This Month’s Qué Pasa?
“During our conversation, Paul shared an experience he and [his wife] Janet had while visiting the children’s village in Romania. They had decided to sponsor a little girl I’ll call Lidia.… When Janet first told Lidia that they would sponsor her, Lidia replied in broken English, “Paul and Janet sponsor me?”…
You can read all of Kent’s conversation with Paul Edgren and much more in the July 2014 Qué Pasa!
How would you like to get a digital copy of the July 2014 Qué Pasa? One that you can read on your computer, tablet or smart phone? Click on the following link and you’ll be able read the Qué Pasa in PDF form. Enjoy!
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