Champaint777 has been helping children with Art Therapy in the United States since 2014. However, under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, the vision has been broadened to accommodate children, women and families worldwide. I embarked on this journey on my own, financing families in Accra, sponsoring kids through school and paying outstanding medical bills for financially burdened individuals but the time has come to reach wider and deeper and impact more lives than I can on my own.
It is easy to stay in our little bubble here in the United States and believe that we are touching enough lives, but what about our brethren across the ocean? Some of these children have never held a paintbrush in their hands. Art has a great healing power to bring color into the dullness, to ward off sadness and nightmares. With the help of generous donors like you, and of course under the divine guidance of God, I want to bring laughter into their sadness, teach them how to go green and help them find themselves. They deserve to have a smile on their faces, eat good meals, wear good clothes, drink clean water and live in good health. I am enthralled that the Holy Spirit has assigned this mission to heal the families.
Let’s walk you through some of the lives we have touched so far:
Aunty Amata is a widow who lives in rural Accra. She lost her husband years ago and recently lost her child. As if life had not dealt her enough blows, Aunty Amata developed elephantiasis of her right leg; a condition that causes the leg to swell, eventually leading to immobility. Starvation set in as Aunty Amata could no longer fend for herself through farming like she used to. Her means of livelihood was cut off by sickness.
Many people with stories like Aunty Amata’s are scattered all over the world, and it is God’s mandate that, as believers, we show kindness to everyone we come across. This is why Champaint777, a US-based missionary organization, has decided to go global.
These have been just some of the many lives we helped bless.
Thank you for your generosity. You are a part of this journey; let us go for the ride together.