Child Sponsorship Program

The “Sponsor-A-Child” program provides an avenue whereby and individual, a Sunday school class or a Church can sponsor a particular child for $35.00 per month. The child will write a personal letter to the sponsor every month. The Sponsorship program creates a more personal, one on one relationship between the sponsor and the child.

If you, your Sunday school class or Church would like to sponsor one of the Lighthouse children we have listed the children below that need a sponsor. Your sponsorship will help us to provide the basic needs for that child. It takes several sponsors to provide for each child. Together we can rescue these children for the Lord.

God bless you.


Greatchen – Philippines

Greatchen was born and raised in Romagook with her parents and little sister. Her parents never married and decided to take different directions with their lives so they left Greatchen with a grandmother.  Their mother chose to leave the girls and marry a Muslim man and their father declared his homosexuality and left as well. The grandmother is a member of Bible Baptist Church in Romagook and felt like the new home was an answer to her prayers.  The parents offered very little to help care for Greatchen and her sister, and she was struggling to make ends meet. She left the girls feeling very content about the level of care that they would receive at the Home.  Greatchen keeps to herself and doesn’t participate in playing very often. She also hardly ever smiles.

If you would like to Sponsor Greatchen and help provide a safe and loving environment for Greatchen, please click HERE.

 


Jhewyn – Philippines

In 2014 Jhewyn’s mother, with her two sons, moved in to live with a 78 year old man in Romagook.  After three years she left that man and took her two sons to the local Catholic Church. The priest there did not want Jhewyn and his brother so the two boys began to make their way back to the man that they considered their grandfather. A local shop owner found them all alone and paid their way back to Romagook.  When the boys arrived without their mother the man brought them to the Lighthouse Home. Jhewyn is now adjusting to a life where he is loved, wanted, has plenty to eat, and new clothes to wear. When he first came, Jhewyn was standoffish and afraid to play with the other children.  Now he is full of gratitude and is learning to smile.

If you would like to sponsor Jhewyn, please click HERE.


Honney Let – Philippines

Honney was born and raised in Romagook with her parents and    older sister. Her parents never married and decided to take different directions with their lives, so they left Honney and her sister with a grandmother.  Their mother chose to leave the girls and marry a Muslim man and their father declared his homosexuality and left as well. The grandmother is a member of Bible Baptist Church in Romagook and felt like the new children’s home was an answer to her prayers.  The parents offered very little to help care for Honney and her sister, and she was struggling to make ends meet. She left the girls at the Lighthouse feeling very content about the level of care that they would receive at the Home.  Honney is a sweet girl and smiles a lot.  She’s very active and outgoing.

If you would like to sponsor Jhewyn, please click HERE.


John Loyd – Philippines

In 2014 John’s mother, with her two sons, moved in to live with a 78 year old man in Romagook. After three years she left that man and took her two sons to the local Catholic Church. The priest there did not want John and his brother so the two boys began to make their way back to the man that they considered their grandfather. A local shop owner found them all alone and paid their way back to Romagook.  When the boys arrived
without their mother, the man brought them to the Lighthouse Home. John is now adjusting to a life where he is loved, wanted, has plenty to eat, and new clothes to wear. He came with a lonely look on his face, but now is he is learning to trust his new family and play with the other children. We pray for his salvation and that he will adjust quickly to his new life here at the Home.

If you would like to sponsor Jhewyn, please click HERE.