Giving back

This page is for giving to others less fortunate than ourselves.

Ever since i first believed i have felt that giving is the right thing to do, although i have never been rich, i perceive that i am very fortunate compared to many in this world.

Back in the 80’s i did some voluntary work with a church in London, England. I was part of a team of 12 people who had volunteered to do a years worth of full time service in our local church, we lived by faith, and God never let us starve, but there are many people in this world who are not so fortunate.

If you would like to add a charity to this page, please feel free to contact me.

Living light, India
Please click the image to go to their website

This is my friend John Babu, who with his family run an orphanage by faith, please consider donating to them once or an ongoing pledge.

The Lord gave a vision to Pastor John babu chalapati in the year of 1980. God gave him a vision about orphans, destitute, slum,street children, old aged people and Pastors. Pastor.John babu chalapati  started the mission work in the year of 1999 and he started this mission to share the Love of Jesus Christ with the orphans, poor, old aged people, and needy people in India.

[metaslider id=”248″]

Living Light Urban & Rural Development Society is officially registered by the Indian Government in the year of 1999 with registration number 39. But people simply call it, Living Light Ministries. Our head office is located in kuchipudi, Adhra Pradesh, India. Pastor.John babu & his wife Jaya Prada Chalapati started Living Light Orphans Home with 5 kids in the year of 1999. Now We have 38 kids in the orphanage. We are giving them food, clothing, shelter, education and the love of Jesus.


How many cups of coffee do you drink in a day?

We in the western world take things like coffee, milk and bread etc for granted, all we need do is go to the corner store and purchase all that we want, we don’t have to walk miles because we don’t have any transport, and then carry what we have purchased home. To most people in the developing world it would be unimaginable to go to a store and purchase a cup of coffee to go, let alone have the funds to afford it.

According to India Today 75% of rural people survive on less than $70 per month, that is just 46 cents per day, so if they could, and wanted a cup of coffee to go, at our prices they would have to spend about six and a half days wages. According to James 1 v 27 Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.

Please use the form below to find out how much you spend on coffee per week, month, year, decade, i think the results will surprise you 🙂 And then would you please consider sponsoring the orphanage above? Please contact me and i will forward details to you, even $5 pm really makes a difference, and if you want to send money directly to them at very cheap rates, you might want to consider using Transferwise 

Thank you, every little helps.

God bless

[contact-form-7 id=”273″ title=”Tea Cups”]