BE A REASON

That a child smiles

Love Like Christ

“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Matt 25:40

Join Us

Calvary Global Kids supports over 160 children in 4 different orphanages throughout Myanmar raising tomorrows leaders.

*54 million people live in Myanmar.

*The average yearly income is $1400.

*1 in 3 live below the poverty line.

*Many families are simply unable to care for their children.

*Your sponsorship provides food, clothing, education, and spiritual discipleship.

Why Calvary Global Kids?

There are many worthy causes, what makes Calvary Global Kids worthy of your support

Jesus Comes First

The leaders and the children are on fire for Jesus!

Raising Leaders

Your support helps to fund an on site seminary school, raising tomorrow’s missionaries to Myanmar.

More Than Necessities

Build a relationship. Correspond with and even meet your child!

Angela is 11 years old and came to Agape Orphanage because her parents are too poor to care for her.
 
She enjoys science class in school, loves to pray, and wants to be a school teacher when she grows up.

Read About More Children

From the journal

Explore Myanmar deeper through the eyes of those that have visited.

Jomara’s Story

I was at Calvary Midtown when I heard about Myanmar ministry for the first time. During announcements, the pastor was sharing about Agape Orphanage and the kids. My heart was touched, and immediately I wanted to be part of the team to go and serve those kids. However,...
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Matt’s Story

It’s called Myanmar Agape Orphanage. This lead me to believe they brought in orphans. During my first visit in February 2015, I soon realized I was mistaken. Though there are kids there that lost their Mom & Dad, and with no extended family able to take care of...
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Judy’s Story

I had no idea what God had in store for me when I heard the words “Hey, what do you think about going on a mission trip with me to Myanmar?” My first reaction was a mix of fear (Do tsunamis reach this place? What do I have to offer a trip like this?), excitement and...
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Laurie’s Experience

They tell you before you go to Agape Orphanage in Myanmar that one or two of the children there will adopt you for the week. That while all the children will be over the moon excited to see you, one or two will silently declare that you are especially his or hers. So,...
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Joel’s Story

BRIEF INTRODUCTION At the time of writing this, it’s been just a little over a week since returning from Myanmar. My body has finally returned to our time zone and my mind and heart have had time to process all I experienced and it’s time I finally try to share some...
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