Families, especially children, in remote corners of the globe are suffering because they were born into a region of the world that does not provide access to capital, decent health-care, and pure drinking water. Many of these areas are heavily victimized by local corruption, crime, and injustice…conditions that make it virtually impossible for these decent, hard-working people to improve their lives.
Why we are called…
The Greatest Commandment is to love the Lord with all your heart and all your mind, and all your soul and to love your neighbor as yourself. We are called to help our neighbors. In our modern world, our “neighbors”, while they may be thousands of miles away, are brought to our attention in the dramatic television coverage of our cable news world. Ignorance is no longer an excuse for not helping. We can see the world’s suffering in vivid images. If we have the awareness of our neighbors in need, and the capacity to help, are we not called to do what we can?
Our brothers and sisters in Honduras have a need, we are aware of that need, and we are uniquely equipped to help them.
Did you know that 2.6 billion people live on less than $2 per day? Nearly 40% of the world’s population!
Our underlying principle is that….
“Whatever you did for one of the least of my brothers of mine, you did for me”
The world can be a dark place, and at CareLink, we recognize that believers are called on to be a light to the world.