Disaster Relief Updates

Sometimes people get mixed up on what CRF stands for. Many people think the “C” is for children. That is understandable since we focus so much on children. Some think that our “F” stands for fun. That is understandable because when you see our sign outside the building the last letter is sometimes covered by a shadow where it looks like Christian Relief Fun — and we do have a lot of fun around here. But the “R” is pretty clear — it’s relief.  It’s true that people may forget that about us — but when there is a disaster, CRF brings relief. Currently, CRF is involved heavily in four relief projects. If you are touched by the needs in… Read more »

Too Special to Open

I never could eat my chocolate Easter bunny. It was just too special. I would usually leave it in the box. So I knew exactly how Isaac Silva felt. Christian Toruno and Rafael Romero took me to the community around our CRF school called “Las Maripositas” near Leon, Nicaragua. That’s where I met one of our sponsored children — Isaac Silva. Upon meeting him, he quickly ran inside his little house and brought back his Christmas present. He was so proud of it and honored to show it to me. But it was still in the box. Why? It was so special he simply couldn’t open it. Esteban Valle, our director there, had bought Isaac a toy truck. What a great… Read more »