His Little Feet International Children’s Choir will be at Foundry Methodist Church on Sunday, April 14, at 10 a.m. The choir presentation will be in the church sanctuary at 5401 Broadway in Great Bend. The event is free and open to the public.
A love offering will be taken with proceeds going to His Little Feet, and His Little Feet international merchandise will be for sale.
The choir children, ages 7 to 13, are orphaned and rescued from India, Kenya, Rwanda and Haiti. While the children are a part of the choir, they participate in His Little Feet’s nationwide “All Things Possible” International Children’s Choir Tour. This energetic, culturally unique, Gospel-centered presentation brings attention to the plight of millions of orphaned and vulnerable children living in the world today and offers opportunities for people to respond and make a difference.
At each choir presentation, guests are asked to consider how they can personally reach children in need in practical ways.
His Little Feet’s nationwide campaign encourages people to get involved in at least one of four ways: Give, Sponsor, Go, Adopt. Attendees can take action on each of those opportunities at all His Little Feet choir tour events and by visiting www.hislittlefeet.org.
Founded by Michael and Christa Hahn in 2009, His Little Feet is a non-profit organization that exists to help, love and train orphaned and vulnerable children worldwide. In late 2010, the Colorado-based Hahns boarded a plane with some of the first Haitian children legally released by the Haitian and U.S. governments since the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
These children comprised the first His Little Feet Children’s Choir, which presented in over 50 churches throughout 18 States, coast to coast, on the 2010-2011 His Little Feet Tour, impacting the lives of thousands of children in need worldwide. Since then children from China, Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras, India, the United States, South Korea, Kenya and Rwanda have participated in the choir, which has toured in over 35 states.
During this season, the children’s education and experiences will cultivate confidence and purpose, equip them for the future, and undeniably change their lives forever, sponsors said. The hope is that these children will someday become Christian leaders making a positive impact in their communities.
Each of the children has a dream. Some dream to become teachers, doctors, pastors and political leaders. The experience and training they receive as a part of the His Little Feet tour can enable them to make these dreams a reality.
Their medical needs are being met and they attend the His Little Feet Life Training Academy where they are taught academics, performing arts and valuable life skills.
To donate to His Little Feet and help continue the life-changing work with these children and many children in the future, visit www.hislittlefeet.orgor call 866-252-3988.