Across East Africa, voiceless and vulnerable people are struggling to find hope. “Lahash” is the Hebrew word for “whispered prayer” – a poignant reminder that God is answering the prayers of many lonely and forgotten children through the compassionate care of our global community.
Lahash partners with African churches to holistically care for vulnerable children.
Our vision is that all children in Africa know Jesus and thrive as they are loved by a flourishing global church.
Walking hand in hand. We develop healthy, reciprocal relationships and partnerships where each person has the opportunity to humbly contribute to the other.
A nurtured tree bears fruit. We love and care for the whole person, body, mind, and spirit.
The Lord is our Shepherd. We passionately follow, and invite others to follow, the Triune God who transforms us all.
Uncovering hidden treasures. We proclaim the beauty and struggles of the vulnerable through creative advocacy that inspires others to find their place in the story.
Much more than a financial transaction, child sponsorship changes the lives of everyone involved. A monthly gift of $25 helps to provide holistic care for one child including nutritional support, education fees, medical care, and spiritual discipleship.
Every March, our global community takes on the spiritual discipline of simplifying daily food choices and eating in solidarity with East African brothers and sisters. The money saved on food is then shared with our partners to improve the nutrition and health of vulnerable kids.
Access to education is too easily interrupted by rising school fees, fluctuating food costs, or medical emergencies. Funds raised through Stand With Students go directly toward educational needs, with the goal of seeing many students continue all the way through our Higher Education Program.
Before Servant Team Members travel from the U.S. to serve our East African partners, they are discipled and equipped through study, discussion, and hands-on engagement in vulnerable communities. This exciting short-term program develops diverse leaders to serve in local and global missions.