Helping Vulnerable Children to be Educated, Healthy, Confident, and to know Jesus Christ as their Saviour.
Our children are a mixture of Christians, Muslims and non-believers since we select the children according to their poverty and how God leads us. We have no bias toward tribe and faith or connection to anyone attached to the organisation or partners.
To enable the vulnerable children of Uganda realise their full potential and be in relationship with Jesus Christ.
The assistance JLtLC provides can continue to expand and be replicated in other parts of Uganda. However expansion needs to be in line with God’s will and as He enables; helping one small child to complete their primary education is a wonderful thing to do and should be done well. God will provide direction for the future and it is a priority at JLtLC to obey His will. In Uganda there are thousands of able bodied children not attending school in Uganda. Likewise there are thousands of children with special needs not receiving any assistance outside of their own poor families. Would you like to help us to fulfil God’s vision of helping the most poorest, vulnerable children?
Two of the bible verses God has given regarding this work:-
Matthew 19:4 “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” (New King James Version)
Psalm 68:5 “A Father of the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in His holy habitation.” (NKJV)
Why was the name “Jesus Loves the Little Children” given?
After prayerfully listening to the Lord and some discussion amongst colleagues this name was given by God in 2015. This was prompted by the need to register as an organisation with the Ugandan government. Previous names were not prayerfully chosen!
Why this name? It is when we are little children that we are most vulnerable and need the most care. God cares about us so much but he sees every child that suffers and wants to help them. It is also true that little children can have a great relationship with the Lord Jesus with a very pure and strong faith. A fact the grown-ups sometimes forget!