Children of War | Ministries
Wherever, Whenever, However, To Save A Child's Life
Romans 12:9-13 NLT
Don’t just pretend to love others. Really love them. Hate what is wrong. Hold tightly to what is good. Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other. Never be lazy, but work hard and serve the Lord enthusiastically. Rejoice in our confident hope. Be patient in trouble, and keep on praying. When God’s people are in need, be ready to help them. Always be eager to practice hospitality.
Assisting Veterans and Non-Veterans alike combat the difficulties of life's challenges by finding our God given purpose in life. Promoting the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit to strengthening our body, soul, and mind.
Mission South Sudan
CWM currently operates a center for orphans in Gumbo, South Sudan. Providing a Food & Water, Housing, Medical, and Education Programs for the Street Children and Orphans there-of. Sharing the Gospel and promoting peace in a conflict ridden nation.
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Children of War Ministry Center (CWMC)
Our Founders first mission to South Sudan, he came across a shack like structure. Seven children lived in this structure, sleeping in the dirt and all orphaned by the civil war that killed nearly half of the population and left 2 million children orphaned. These children had not eaten or drank for days, and had infected lesions all over their bodies. He bought them food, water, medical medical treatments, then prayed. As he returned the next day, 9 children grew to over 20 and over 50 the day after that. Each town in South Sudan and the surrounding countries has an epidemic of orphan children. In the town of Aweil alone 15,000 orphans call the street their home.
Our answer to combat this issue is simple. Build a center that provides free meals, water, medical support, education, and a safe place to sleep for orphan children of the Street in South Sudan and beyond.
WARNING GRAPHIC: Some of the photos you are about to see contain graphic images.
There is no comparison between 1st world and 3rd world nations. Those of us in the West have been bombarded with images like there for decades asking for donations. We have become numb.
The problems still persist, the people are still starving, the way of life is still 3rd world.
Many of the pictures you are about to see were taken by our founder Scott Long during his first trip founding CWMC in South Sudan.