What a difference !
Yes. This is little Anosh who is showing off the friendship bracelet hand made and sent to him by one of our young supporters (see our news section for that story). It's hard to believe it's the same child pictured in the inset when he first arrived at our school. Through your generosity, he's one of the children who you've not only helped to educate, but he has more love in his heart and more food in his stomach!
Introducing our sCARves for a cause campaign. See our latest news about our efforts to purchase a much needed used vehicle to assist us in transporting school supplies, food, ... and utilizing it for taking children to the doctor or other critical uses.
Hear our president and founder, Bev talk about RCF in this podcast!
With all the news of hate being perpetrated in this world, listen while Bev shares the GOOD NEWS of how RCF, Inc. is daring to go where few others dare to go - into the Middle East - in order to promote love and hope through a Christ centered education where it is needed most. Catch the vision for a different future
"Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did unto me."
(Jesus speaking in Matthew 25:40)
Saving lives and souls
Our mission is to promote the hope and love of Jesus Christ with people around the world with a particular focus on providing a Christian education to those who are orphaned, impoverished, oppressed, or persecuted for their faith.
Our Children's Stories
Nawaz and Muskan
Nawaz and Muskan are brother and sister. Their parents are among the poorest of the poor. Since their parents could not afford to care for their children, these two, together, roamed the streets. Destitute, they showed up on the doorstep of one of the schools we support in the Middle East. Hungry and afraid, their sullen faces soon turned to joy in this House of Hope that compassionate supporters have helped to fund.
Arzo's father is physically and mentally ill. He is also into witchcraft. Her mother, uneducated, is unable to support their children so Arzo has had to fend for herself. She has literally been a slave for people in order to feed herself. She always dreamed of an education, but most schools in her country require tuition for school and very few offer a Biblically based curriculum. Thankful to find her way to a school that RCF, Inc. assists, she is loving being in school for the first time in her life. She now has hope for her future.
When Adil came to one of the schools we help to fund, he literally did not have a shirt on his back. He roamed the streets by day and was a scared orphan of the streets by night. Malnourished, Adil is now thriving. He loves being able to sing praise songs and pray. He is getting an education and learning about Jesus' unfathomable love for him. His, is a life transformed.