Monthly Archives: September 2016

  • KGIC youth camp July 2012 2

    Youth Camp

    September 23, 2016 | Alatoo Community Development

    At our youth camp, 60 children (orphans and from poor families) from three villages participated. Volunteers from each villages helped put it on. We held entertainment programs, such as a talent show, film watching, sports games, gifts and a training on “Healthy Relationships.” We try to have interesting meetings in the evening with the children. … Read more

  • Central Asia

    Shepherd’s Call

    September 13, 2016 | Shepherd's Call, Central Asia

    We praise God who gave an opportunity to all nations to come to Him and have new life through our blessed Lord Jesus Christ. We want to tell you about reaching “Alma” people group in a small Central Asian country. There are two families: one indigenous family and one local Alma family. They meet together … Read more

  • KGCA Partnership June 2014

    Youth Camps

    September 9, 2016 | Camp Adonai

    In July and August, we held three camps for 153 teenagers. Some of our discussions included pre-marriage relationship and experiences and expectations that young people have. The purpose was to bring them back to the original understanding of FAMILY as God’s creation. Many of them discovered that the experiences they have had are not what … Read more

  • CA Hike

    Day Camps Popular with Central Asian Kids!

    September 7, 2016 | Camp Adonai

    Day camps popular with Central Asian kids:  Today we want you to celebrate with us as we share some of the testimonies of children from Camp Adonai’s Day Camps. Letter of thanks from day camp volunteer:  I am thankful for this day camp that we held in our church. Now we can start a long-term … Read more

  • KGIC

    “HEALTHY FAMILY LIVING” PROJECT

    September 1, 2016 | Alatoo Community Development

    Last January, Alatoo Community Development’s “Healthy Family Living” project entered “O” village, population 2,100. Our project team met with leaders of the village to discuss and plan our joint work for their community. They showed us hospitality by serving tea, salads and bread. We met with Village Health Committee members who were keen to work … Read more