Prostitutes in Ghana Given New Hope
African Enterprise runs a program for former prostitutes to learn an honest trade. About 40 women enroll in AE’s prostitute rehabilitation program each year and are offered the opportunity to learn a trade, such as sewing, batik, tie-dye or soap-making, whereby they can provide for themselves with dignity. Along the way, they hear about the love of Christ for them, with many of them making a commitment to follow him. CVC has been supporting this ministry for the past three years through prayer and financial gifts. If you would like to get more information or find other ways to support this ministry, please go to African Enterprise—Ghana.
Yannik attended CVC while a graduate student at Westminster Theological Seminary. He returned to France in 2009 in order to teach apologetics and church history at the Faculte Libre de Theologie Reformee. This seminary develops a theology that is faithful to the truth of the Bible, teaches theology in a contemporary way, and prepares witnesses to the truth for the edification and renewal of the Church Body of Christ to the glory of God and thus honor the name of Jesus Christ. CVC has financially and prayerfully supported Yannik since he returned to France. To learn more about the seminary and its ministry, visit their website.
Alex and Christina Graham
Alex Graham was an intern at CVC for two years before he and his family moved to Atlanta, Georgia to minister to international students at Georgia Tech University through Reformed University Fellowship International. RUFI, in partnership with Christians and Churches, welcomes scholars from all nations, encourage internationals to explore the Way of Jesus Christ, and equip Christian internationals to become servant-leaders for God’s kingdom. Alex is a campus minister for international scholars at Georgia Tech. In addition to his campus work, Alex will help Atlanta churches welcome students from around the world. Alex and Christina have a daughter, Evelyn. For more information on Alex and his ministry, visit their website.
Whosoever Gospel Mission
The Whosoever Gospel Mission is a Christian nonprofit organization whose purpose is to provide shelter, food, clothing, education, counseling, rehabilitation and other assistance to homeless and/or needy men, women, and children in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. As the lighted sign on its rooftop proclaims each night, it seeks to offer the love of Jesus and the hope of the Gospel in both word and deed to those who are hurting. CVC has partnered with Whosoever Gospel Mission through providing meals and church services, financial gifts and volunteering help in the thrift store. Other needs of the organization include canned food, clothing, and tutors. To find more information about Whosoever Gospel Mission, please visit their website.