Sunday, July 29, 2012

With Appreciation!

The Christ Community Chapel Micah 6:8 Justice and Mercy weekend drew a phenomenal response from church members and attendees who answered the challenge to support Destiny Rescue, Sam Tushabe’s AOET ministry, and to  help make adoption more affordable for CCC families.  Results are still being tallied, but to date, support has totaled more than $740,000.  Pledges have been made to rescue more than 185 children!

The number of CCC families, friends and businesses who made the Bike Challenge such a success are too many to note.  We do want to pay particular thanks to Don Sitts who provided a large box truck that was used to transport luggage, 18 bikes and a week of supplies down to Cincinnati.

Thanks also to Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy who provided two 8 passenger vans that were used to support the Bike Team all the way home from Cincinnati.

An example of how Justice and Mercy weekend’s focus  Rescuing Children, One Child at a Time  resonated with members are Robert and Sally Tankersley. As the owners of John E Dental Lab they have, through Destiny Rescue, sponsored a child who was rescued after being abducted into the sex trade industry.  This ongoing support will allow a specific girl to learn about the saving grace of Jesus Christ, and to teach her life skills to make a living.  It is always encouraging to see a business support Kingdom work and help others who are less fortunate.  This is just one example of hundreds of people and businesses who stepped out in faith to rescue children ... one child at a time.

With tremendous appreciation

Michael and Barbara
Christ Community Chapel Micah 6:8 Outreach Team

For more information on Destiny Rescue, go to: 

For information on Sam Tushabe's AOET go to:


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