WCF continues to respond to the funding requests of brethren from around the globe. This digital newsletter provides a glimpse of the different ways where donated funds and volunteer effort are channeled to meet diverse needs.
When Jesus journeyed through Jericho, he changed a life. Zaccheus climbed down from his perch, met Jesus and received him into his home. Our Lord declared that the Son of Man had come to seek and to save that which was lost. This was a recurring theme in our Master’s teaching. Earlier in Luke we read of the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son. This is a lesson that strikes home because we appreciate that apart from our Lord Jesus Christ we are all lost and in need of redemption. In this edition of our newsletter we share an account of a lost child and feel the grief of a parent in search of a son. Others may be lost in a cycle of poverty and hopelessness. Some may be unaware that they’re lost and simply adrift in a life without purpose. Yet we trust in God’s saving power. Isaiah reiterated that God’s hand is not shortened that it cannot save nor His ear dull that it cannot hear. Like Zaccheus, lives can be changed with new beginnings. WCF is thankful to be a part of that process and—with God’s blessing—help forward the cause of our Lord Jesus Christ by employing the generosity of our donors to worthy projects in our Master’s service.