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As the Lord continues to bring many new people into the CCM family, we constantly ask Him to lead us into new areas of ministry so that we can reach more people with His love. We believe God has opened a door for Chosen Children Ministries that will create huge opportunities for ministry and more importantly, eternal value found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. And because we believe God has placed this on our heart and will increase the reach of our ministry, we are willing and ready to take a step of faith and follow His leadership. It’s called The Yellow Bus Challenge!

YellowBusFreeze1Many of you have seen or even ridden in one of our yellow buses in Nicaragua. I want you to imagine the excitement of men, women and children in the barrios as this bus arrives as a fully equipped as a mobile classroom with desks, chairs and other teaching materials! This air-conditioned bus will provide opportunities to learn english, computer skills, basic medical services and of course, Biblical teaching. We even plan to equip the exterior with a screen to show movies and other videos!

We will begin dismantling the interior of one of our existing yellow buses and as funds allow begin installing the materials needed to equip this vehicle of hope. The cost is approximately $25,000 and you can begin today by making your gift of any amount to The Yellow Bus Challenge.

If you have any further questions please feel free to call us at 864-599-0067.




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