Child Sponsorship Program
The “Sponsor-A-Child” program provides an avenue whereby an individual, a Sunday school class or a Church can sponsor a particular child for $35.00 per month. The child will write a personal letter to the sponsor every month. The Sponsorship program creates a more personal, one on one relationship between the sponsor and the child.
If you, your Sunday school class, or Church would like to sponsor one of the Lighthouse children we have listed the children below that need a sponsor. Your sponsorship will help us to provide the basic needs for that child. It takes several sponsors to provide for each child. Together we can rescue these children for the Lord.
God bless you.
Jonathan has had a difficult start in life. Both his parents are drug addicts and extremely poor. grandparents found out about the Home and begged us to take him into the Home. Jonathan and his sister Berenice were being hit across the face regularly. When Jonathan came to the Home, he had what appeared to be a cigarette burn on the palm of his hand. For a long time, he did not want anything to do with any male figures in the Home. Slowly, we have begun to win him over with love. Please pray as we guide this precious little boy into a better future.
Princess Bermejo came to the Philippines Home August of 2023. She is the niece of Reynelson Bermejo, one of our Bible College graduates. Princess was abandoned by her father when she was an infant, and her mother was left in terrible poverty. Princess has an older brother, Vince, who went to live at the Home in 2022. Her mom tried to keep her, but it wasn’t working out. Since coming to the Home, Princess has accepted Christ as her Lord and personal Savior and been baptized. She has started attending school and is doing quite well for her age. Please pray for us as we guide this sweet girl into a better future and for her continued spiritual growth.
Vince Joshua Bermejo came to the Philippines Home in May of 2022. He is the nephew of Reynelson Bermejo, one of our Bible College graduates. Vince was abandoned by his father when he was very young, and his mother was left in terrible poverty. Vince’s mother sent him to live with her Mom, but she passed away, and his mother was left with no other options. Reynelson asked us if we could accept him into the Home, and Vince Joshua has thrived ever since. Vince had little to no schooling before coming but now is doing age appropriate schoolwork. He also has accepted Christ as his Lord and personal Savior and has been baptized. Please pray for us as we guide this sweet boy into a better future and for his continued spiritual growth.