In November, the 10am Kindergartners responded to the call to embrace UW by making 100 cards and gift bags for students going into finals.
“In 1993, Asha Kiran (“Ray of Hope”) School was born—the perfect place to share her hope in Jesus Christ and her passion for children with special needs.”
On July 26, 2012, our lovely CFM interns gathered at the Welcome Kiosk ready to scour the building for items on the 2012 UPC Times Scavenger Hunt.
Kate Mitchum, cinnamon-roll baker and the instigator of the first annual Neighborhood Christmas Party, says she “always hoped I’d grow up to be ‘Mrs. Claus.’” She’s well on her way.
On June 28, 2010, two hundred Elementary Day Campers partnered with Children of the Nations to package 6,954 meals for children in Malawi, Africa.
A UPC four-year-old reflects on his UPC experiences.
Christmas is such a special, magical time for children. But as parents, we want to make sure our kids know that Christmas means much more than receiving gifts!
Our job is to ride in the car for a section of a family’s journey—not to drive the car, give directions, offer advice or ‘cure’ or ‘correct’ the journey in any way.