The Next Generation of Bollywood

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One of my favorite things every camp were the home performances. On the last two days of camp, each CCH home gives a performance– in dance, song, and one home that performed a rather hilarious skit. The most common performances were dances. While I never could understand the Telugu songs, I always loved the music … Read More

School Uniforms: Coveted by India’s Children

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Childhood education in the United States is mandatory, generally enforced and toleration-by-necessity is the attitude among most young kids who are asked to attend on a daily basis, Monday through Friday.  Their counterparts in India, however, know that a child attending school means, quite simply, their life will be better because of it. And a … Read More

Mercy’s Coming of Age Party

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Meet Mercy! Mercy is a beautiful 11 year old who lives in our Nelaturu CCH home. She is 11 years old and recently celebrated a “coming of age” party with her CCH family! Her mom, pastor, and CCH gave her a beautiful new dress to mark the occasion. Traditionally, following this traditional coming of age, … Read More

This Feels Like Home to Me

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“This feels like home to me.” I barely finished that thought when one of the young home girls barreled down the path from the road to the church, giving me the type of hug that both knocks the air out of you and fills you up with love. I peered down at the smiley face … Read More

Not Growing but Expanding

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Getting CCH up and running at full speed with the two main goals of: 1)   1,000 children fully sponsored living in our church children’s homes by late 2016 (550 now) – just a launching point for CCH. 2)   An indigenous staff established that can run the operations of this program. This year, however, we are not growing. … Read More

School Supplies 2014

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Our CCH School Supplies Campaign is underway! We already have 100 children sponsored! This year our children will get: 2 Colored Uniforms 1 White Uniform (worn or Saturdays at school) 1 Pair of Black Shoes 1 Pair of White Shoes (worn on Saturdays at school) 2 pairs of colored socks to match uniform 1 pair … Read More

World Racers Parents Visit India!

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What an amazing opportunity it is for parents to partner with their children in the work they have been doing.  The current team that we have right now have been on the race for 8 months.  And this week, some of their parents are joining them for outreach and mission.  Yesterday some of the parents … Read More

CCH’s 4 Core Values

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Four. Isn’t that how many you are supposed to have? A.  Dignity When a child has been orphaned or abandoned, questioning her own self-worth is inevitable.  When a child is a low-caste orphaned or abandoned child in India, there is very little in society to give them hope as human beings.  Dignity is the elevation … Read More