Give the Gift of Hope

Yes, it’s only October, but in just a few short weeks, Christmas Eve will be upon us. Children all over the world will climb into bed, force their eyes shut and anxiously await Christmas morning — wondering what gifts will be waiting for them under the tree. But can you imagine being a child and not getting a present? It happens all over the world. But CRF is trying to do something about it. At CRF, we get the joy of giving gifts to over 5,000 children every year! This is one of the most exciting things that we do. And we want you to join us! Every year, every child in the CRF program receives a $10 gift at… Read more »

Kenneth Vaughn – A CRF Legend

What do you do with the rest of your life? If you are 67, it’s about time to rest and retire—unless you are Kenneth Vaughn. Then, it is time to go to Africa. Certainly, all of us want to end well. And that is why we need to pay attention to the life of Kenneth Vaughn.

Our Kids Give Back!

CRF kids may have a lot of things that don’t go their way. But they quickly learn that everything doesn’t revolve around them. No, they are created by God to help others too. As they have been helped—they want to help others. Maybe no CRF work displays this more than our Saltillo Mission in Mexico where Audrey Burnett had been directing camps for children. Not only have they been experienceing learning the Bible, history, spelling, arts and crafts, science experiments and games—they have also been serving others. Whether it is going around the neighborhood collecting more than 60 bags of trash or going to the dump and helping children who don’t have enough to eat and aren’t yet sponsored—our children… Read more »

A Day in a Life in the Ebola Crisis

— Thoughts gleaned from experiences of children in Monrovia, Liberia.  — I am so glad to be in school! I will never forget the day Arthur David came to me and told me I was sponsored by CRF. I would now get to go to Ford-Madden Christian Academy. Ford-Madden is one of the best schools in Liberia. To me, it is the best. Not only do I get an education—I also get food to eat. I come from a poor family. My father was killed in the war when Charles Taylor took over the country and became president. I also lost my brother to the conflict. Taylor kidnapped him and made him a soldier even though he was just a… Read more »