2022 PROJECTS

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Feed the 600 Children

Pastor Temesgen and the Shire Kale-Hiwot church are providing daily meals for 600 displaced children identified by UNICEF as among the most at-risk.  The program not only meets the children's physical needs, but also provides trauma support and shares the love of Christ. A second project launched in 2021 in cooperation with local Eritrean churches is supporting 200 displaced children in Addis Ababa.

 

Timothy Project GiG has already disbursed $20,000 to this project and has a goal to find 600 sponsors at $30/month until the children can find more permanent homes. 

$35 will provide a Christmas care package for one of the children.
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Daily Gospel Shortwave Programs

Under the leadership of Tesfu Beraki, our Advisory Council member and  a Vice-President of Maezer Semay, a 24/7 Satellite Eritrean TV ministry, Timothy Project GiG supported the launching in Oct 2021 of a daily gospel shortwave broadcast in Tigrinya reaching Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan and beyond. We are currently working with Operation Nehemiah Missions International to establish a new gospel shortwave station in S. Sudan with potential to reach a large area of East Africa. LORD-willing, the new station will begin broadcasting in 20203.  Thank you for your prayers.

A 1 hour program costs $160 to broadcast.  To build a new station with coverage shown on the map will cost an estimated $350,000.
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Ethiopian/Eritrean Bible Drive

Timothy Project has partnered with Tyndale House Foundation and several other Christian organizations to print and distribute roughly 100,000 Tigrinya Bibles to date since the new Tigrinya language version of the Bible was sanctioned by the patriarch of the orthodox church.  Hundreds of orthodox priests have been trained in how to rightly divide the Word of Truth, resulting in many professing salvation in Christ for the first time. Since the outbreak of the horrific civil war in November 2020, tens of thousands of displaced children and families are living in refugee camps and large numbers have been unjustly imprisoned because of their ethnic identity.  Timothy Project GiG seeks to provide 50,000 Bibles for displaced people and prisoners in Ethiopia and Sudan, as well as orthodox churches in both Ethiopia and the USA.

A Tigrinya/Eritrean Bible costs about $10 to print and distribute  in refugee camps and prisons.
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Refugee School in Khartoum

A large number of Eritrean children are educated in a refugee school in Sudan.  Many families are in need of clothes, dry food, and school supplies.  Timothy Project GiG seeks to ship a container of supplies to families identified by local church partners in Sudan as among the most needy.  We also seek to encourage start-up of small businesses which will offer a more permanent solution to the extreme poverty experienced by these families.

A donation of any amount can help purchase and ship goods to the most needy in Sudan.

“Not because I desire a gift: but I desire fruit that may abound to your account.” (Phi 4:17)

Grateful for your partnership in the work of God's Kingdom