Every life has value
In The Drop Box, Pastor Lee Jong-rak shows Christ’s love in action as he embraces and protects the most vulnerable children in his community. People all around you, right here in Canada, are living out the values of The Drop Box in their own communities, showing that every life has value, has purpose and is worthy of love. We invite you to watch and share the stories below, then tell us your story about how you’ve been inspired to impact your community!
Christina on what the value of life really means
As a support worker for adults with disabilities, Christina wants others to know the value we all have, no matter our differences.
Janet on ministering to single parents
Janet saw the struggle of single parents who feel unsupported and abandoned. She now works to surround them with love and show them their families have purpose.
David Gotts on founding International China Concern
David shares his inspiring journey, both as the founder of a ministry that works with orphans with disabilities, and as a father of a son with disabilities.
Justin’s journey from addict to aid worker
Justin shares his own freedom from drug addiction and how it inspires him to help people who are struggling to know their own value and worth.
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