Operation Christmas Child


TNS is not associated with Samaritan’s Purse.  The information about Operation Christmas Child has been gathered from Samaritan’s Purse’s Website.  This ministry is very dear to my family’s heart, and we only wish to encourage and support their ongoing effort to care for and love child to the Lord from around the world.  If you wish to contribute to Samaritan’s Purse or learn more about their ministry, please contact them at their website.   

Thank you and blessings to you and your family,    

Taylor Kendrick

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Franklin GrahamDear Friends,
Is your heart broken by the desperate plight of millions of children around the world? Whether they are refugees of civil war, survivors of a natural disaster, or victims of extreme poverty, these little ones need to know that they are precious to God.

That’s the motivation behind Operation Christmas Child, the unique project of Samaritan’s Purse that enables caring people to share God’s love with hurting girls and boys in the far corners of the globe.

Take an ordinary shoe box, fill it with toys and other presents, and you have an extraordinary gift for a child in need of joy and hope. Most important, these shoe boxes provide opportunities for local believers to tell children about Jesus Christ through Gospel literature and evangelism programs. “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift” (2 Corinthians 9:15, NIV).

Please encourage your church to get involved in Operation Christmas Child. Remember to pray for the boy or girl who will receive your shoe box. Through the power of a simple gift, you can bless a child’s life—and make a world of difference.

National Collection Week is November 13 – 20.

How to Pack a Shoe Box.How to Pack a Shoe Box. 

Select this text or the above images to go to Samaritan’s Purse’s Website and learn how to pack a shoe box.  

Download Shoe Box Labels in a pdf version along with packing instructions by selecting the labels image below.

Shoe Box Labels