Shoeboxes Lead to Church Planting in Togo
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The arrival of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes in Togo, Africa, helped a local pastor lead a community away from spirit worship to following the Lord Jesus Christ. A Bible study began for kids through The Greatest Journey, our discipleship program, then resulted in a church being planted in the area.
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Just after Christmas, members of the Graham family traveled to the hurricane-hit Bahamas to hand out Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes filled with gifts. The Gospel was shared as children learned about the Lord Jesus Christ, the greatest gift of all.
Andres Almeida realized how much God loved him when he received an Operation Christmas Child gift-filled shoebox in Ecuador when he was 10. Today, Andres is the senior pastor of a church and works to distribute shoebox gifts to children in need throughout South America.
Veronica Miranda received an Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift when she was 13 and lived in an orphanage in Mexico. The gift made her realize how much God loved her. Now, she packs shoeboxes to send to kids in need because she knows that every box matters.