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Real-Life Example

May 6, 2020

This article was written as part of an earlier blog post.   Spiritual Attack Earlier this year, one of our learners had been having spiritual attacks. Sive* lives with her granny. Sive would hear footsteps and a whispering voice in the middle of the night. This disturbed Sive, who started to dread going home for the weekend. Sive was scared of these things and wanted to leave home to live elsewhere with relatives. Sive’s family refused, so Sive started making…

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Sahil in South Asia

The Power of a Keyboard Lesson

April 7, 2020

Quiet Observer I met Sahil back in 2015 on 25 Project’s very first team expedition to South Asia. Sahil had just joined the Mercy Homes, and he was in my discussion group–along with a handful of other thirteen-and fourteen-year-olds. We were all a little shy: me, being on my first mission expedition, and the kids experiencing their first Bible camp led by westerners. As the week went on, though, we all warmed up to each other–but Sahil kept his distance….

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Shining Light on Dark Traditions

March 18, 2020

IN SOUTH AFRICA, THE 25 PROJECT PARTNERS WITH QUINTIN AND TERESITA NDIBONGO AND INTLANTSI CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (A MINISTRY OF INDAWO YETHEMBA FOUNDATION). THEY SERVE THE XHOSA PEOPLE OF THE DEBE NEK REGION.   Intlantsi Christian School opened its doors on January 15, 2019, serving thirteen grade 8 students. By extension, the students’ families and communities are also being served. Intlantsi is a residence-based school with weekly boarding. It is situated on a property called Fort White. Seven small villages surround…

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Increase Your Impact

May 23, 2019

For nonprofit organizations, every dollar counts. Corporate employee matching gifts offer the opportunity to turn one dollar donated by a match-eligible employee into two, three, four, or even five dollars! Let’s explore exactly what YOU can expect when seeking a matching gift, and how to make the most of this incredible opportunity. What are Corporate Matching Gift Programs? Employee matching gift programs are set up to encourage employees to give back to their communities. Companies encourage employees to participate in…

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Welcome Curtis Rippee

October 2, 2018

We would like to welcome Curtis Rippee to 25 Project’s Board. Read more about Curtis and how he got involved with the 25 Project. Curtis and his wife Deeann were married in 1996 and they have three daughters, Emma Grace, Abigail and Ellie. The Rippee family moved to McKinney in 2002 hoping to live, work and go to church in the same community. Curtis is an owner of ACIS, a commercial HVAC and Plumbing company that is headquartered in McKinney….

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Welcome Kyle Hendrickson

October 2, 2018

We would like to welcome Kyle Hendrickson to 25 Project’s Board. Read more about Kyle and how he got involved with the 25 Project. My name is Kyle Hendrickson and I have been married to my beautiful wife, Jessica, for 10 years. I have been in full-time ministry over 10 years and we have served in local churches throughout our marriage together. We have two daughters, Hope and Zoey, that keep our hands full most days. We live in Melissa,…

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Join Us

June 26, 2018

The sum is greater than its parts. At the 25 Project, we desire to collaborate with the body of Christ in caring for the orphaned together. From the youngest kids to seasoned veterans, you and your church or school can partner with the 25 Project in taking the hope and healing of Jesus to orphaned and vulnerable children around the world. A partnership with the 25 Project allows your church or school to expand its reach. Ways You Can Partner With Us We are…

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God’s Future Kingdom in South Asia

June 14, 2018

I encourage you to find where the Lord wants you to tell of His Great Love. You were made for this very purpose…  I have now been to South Asia twice with the 25 Project, and these expeditions have changed my life. God has shown me so much about who He is through them. God of Provision First, I have experienced how much our God is a God of provision. The first year I sent letters out to fundraise, I got very little…

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Abu Koroma: A Life Renewed

May 1, 2018

Abu is a double orphan. He lost his mother when he was very young. When his father died in 2013, Abu was left homeless. He moved in with his uncle, but his uncle did not care for even his most basic needs. Abu decided to move to the streets of Waterloo to care for himself. The 25 Project’s ministry partner in Waterloo found Abu living on the streets of Waterloo, carrying loads and finding any work to make enough money to survive. Abu was hopeless, but God had already chosen…

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Life on Mission

November 2, 2017

Meet Umaru Do you know someone who has never heard about Jesus? Umaru is in our sponsorship program and lives at Margaret’s home in Grafton, Sierra Leone. As with the others at Margaret’s home, Umaru is very special to me. He is a young man with a great mission and passion for the Lord. He has a special gift of sharing the Gospel. Earlier this year Umaru was in my group. One day he asked a great question, “What happens…

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