CtK is committed to Connecting ALL People to the Life-Giving Message of Jesus through our time, our resources and our lives!  And there are lots of opportunities to do that internationally in Guatemala, Slovakia and Burundi, Africa.  Below are the ways you can serve in those countries through CtK. To get connected to one of these ministries, please contact Brenda Rose at Brenda@CtKCharlotte.org or 704-587-0073.

Opportunities to serve...

Guatemala

Join us to impact the lives of children in two Guatemalan locations:  Casa Bernabe Orphanage Outreach and Odres Nuevos Church.

Casa Bernabe Outreach serves the residential children at Casa Bernabe Orphanage through building, repairs, children's activities and staff support. In addition, the team goes out into the community to places like Jocotillo to build homes, feed, and provide medical support to the villagers.

Odres Nuevos Church in Chimaltenango serves the impoverished children and families in that communtiy by providing a Christian school, building bunk beds in their homes, feeding, providing skills training and other children's activities.

At CtK, we also support through prayer and and finance a full-time missionary, Sarah Bollinger, who lives and works at Casa Bernabe Orphanage as well as Pastor Erika Chajon with Odres Nuevos Church.

Trips typically are in late January and early February with an average cost of $1,200 to $1,300.

Slovakia

This outreach supports the mission work of Jamie and Lenka Andrews, now residing in Puchov, Slovakia.  Our prayer is to increase a passion and heart for Jesus in this nation. Teams support training of local leaders and infuse revival through worship and outreach events.

Prayers and encouragement are sought for this outreach and for the Andrews family.  A mission team of support may be formed in 2017.

Burundi, Africa

CtK supports through prayer and financial resource Eric Manirambona, Pastor and Developer for Grace Community Church in Bujumbura, Burundi.  We also support the work of Harvest Outreach with Onesphore Manirakiza.  Please join us in prayer and encouragement for these ministries.  Burundi is now considered the poorest country in the world.  Many issues including hunger make life in this land very difficult. However, we see the powerful work of Jesus through these incredible, faithful men and women of God. 

Potential trips to Burundi will be announced.

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