Disability and Children at Risk

By Dr. Phyllis Kilbourn:  For a large majority of the world’s children, disabilities not associated with birth are acquired through crisis experiences that not only cause children not to function within the expected norms, but also make them vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. Children of war, street children and child laborers are prime examples of … Read more

Crisis Care Training International Conference in MD 2010

Maryland USA Emmanuel Church Seminar – Training Caregivers from Missionaries to Church Outreach Team [AFG_gallery id=9]

CCTI Goes to Haiti 2010

Haiti 2011 Trauma Recovery Workshop – Healing the Hearts of Adults and Children [AFG_gallery id=’8′]

Philippines 2010 – Kid’s Club

Philippines 2010 – Kid’s Club – Asia Pacific Theological Seminary reaches out to children in Manila. [AFG_gallery id=’7′]

Philippines 2010 – Crisis Care Course

Philippines 2010 – Crisis Care Course PhD Level Crisis Care Course for Asia Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary for their Holistic Child Development Program [AFG_gallery id=’6′]

Mexico 2011 – Children’s Missionary Conference – Chihuahua

We witnessed the power of prayer and praise as children learned of the need for Jesus around the world! [AFG_gallery id=’4′]

Sri Lanka 2010 – Child Soldier Crisis Care Training

CCTI responded to the need for training caregivers of former child soldiers. [AFG_gallery id=’5′]

CCTI goes to Haiti – 2011

Haiti 2011 Trauma Recovery Workshop – Healing the Hearts of Adults and Children [AFG_gallery id=’3′]

Call to Prayer; The First Week of Every Month

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19:14) Imagine the response of the disciples when they heard Jesus say these words.  Jesus was an important man, and He didn’t have time to pray or talk with children! … Read more

Praying for the Girl Child

A CCTI prayer initiative for prayer for the girl child in crisis around the world.  Who Is She?  The term “girl child” describes a female child up to the age of 18. Usually the term carries with it negative images of discrimination and abusive treatment that are often prevalent in many developing countries. If they are allowed … Read more

The Heart of Adoption

By Richard  D. Phillips:  In adoption, God gives himself to us: He opens our access to Him and provides all that we need, even when what we need is discipline. God does this for the unlovely—those who were dead in sin and trespasses, who were in bondage to the ways of Satan and the world … Read more

The Small Soldiers of Sierra Leone

By Heleen van den Brink: “During the war, I was only a small boy. One time we were running. Then we met rebels. They captured us. They made us stand in lines. Then they shaved our heads and started giving us cocaine. They cut us above our eyes and put the cocaine in the wound. … Read more

Youth and Teens In Prison

By Kathie FitzPatrick— Director of Young Lions Youth Ministry Program There is a dark region in the soul of almost every community in America…that dark, mysterious building with bundles of razor wire at the top of the fence, and electric doors that open and close as police quietly come and go depositing children almost every … Read more

Tears on the Inside

By Virginia “Jenny” Woods:  Robert Mwanza lives in sub-Saharan Africa.  He is too young to have ever heard of HIV/AIDS, but he knows the deadly plague more intimately than most of us.  Robert’s father died just before Christmas.  His mother died last week.  In his community Robert’s tragic situation is not unusual.  There are more … Read more

The Power of Forgiveness

By Marissa Phelps: I still remember the fresh and invigorating atmosphere that surrounded us that night.  It was truly a beautiful evening in Saposoa, Peru, a small town located in the jungle. I was part of a ministry team from the USA and that night we happened to be showing the Jesus film in the … Read more

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