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Posted: Sat, 2020-09-05 18:31

Immediate opening for Dedicated Christian men to serve as Caregivers and mentors for the young boys at SLCH. If you are feeling God's call on your life to serve in a work of this nature we would appreciate hearing from you.

email: shininglightchildrenshome@gmail.com
Herbert Miller (Public Relation Director)
334-412-9095

Fish Fry
Posted: Tue, 2018-08-28 13:47

On any given day you will very likely find Wilkon Rohrer in the mechanic shop. Usually you will see several projects as well as his boys he cares for hanging around tinkering with tools. The boys enjoy the chance to learn a new skill and Wilkon pours hours into repairing the Home's vehicles, motorcycles some of the staff have, as well as working on some of the church people's vehicles. A vehicle up on blocks, or missing a tire are very common sights as he labors to maintain vehicles in top conditions. We are very grateful for his sacrificial labors and the chance he is giving the boys in learning the ropes of being a mechanic.

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Posted: Mon, 2018-08-06 17:48

A few weeks ago a few of us went on a fishing trip in Ensenada, Baja California.
Bringing back a bountiful supply of fish, we hosted a fish fry for the church and home at a nearby campground.
Large shade trees and rocky hills around us created a relaxing atmosphere to get away on a Sunday evening and enjoy creation, games, fellowship and food.

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Posted: Mon, 2016-06-27 16:28

Behind the Spanish school sits the small English school building. Brady Martin from Pennsylvania teaches the English children of the community. Greiven Villalobos and Ben Rohrer's children. They join the rest of the school for devotions, recess, and certain parties. Lots of memories and good times happen as Brady pours his heart into teaching these children.

Posted: Thu, 2016-05-26 14:13

Piles of children flood into the classroom where Maria Eva and Kiara welcome them for another day of learning, studying, and fun. Grades 3-6 bring their set of joys and challenges as teachers drill facts, lessons, and social skills into these children. Creative teachers pour their hearts into teaching and loving these children! Stop by some day ;)

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