At the Creation Museum, we were recently honored to host the Esangalo Children’s Choir, all the way from a remote village in Eastern Uganda. During our morning staff meeting, the children enthusiastically sang and danced in their national style, praising their Creator. We thoroughly enjoyed their joy and enthusiasm.
The Esangalo Children’s Choir’s “Hope Awakens Tour” is an outreach of Helping Hands Foreign Missions. At its heart, HHFM has a desire to make disciples of Christ as they demonstrate His love by meeting physical and spiritual needs. Part of their ministry is operating the “Village of Eden,” a 133-acre, self-sustaining complex for orphans and needy children in Uganda. This campus has a medical center, church, school, and cottages for orphaned children. Over 1,500 local children walk many miles to eat a healthy meal, get medical check-ups, and be discipled in Christ. Some of the children in the discipleship program were chosen to be part of the touring choir.
You can learn more about Helping Hands Foreign Missions, including how to sponsor a child, at HelpingHandsMissions.org.
Watch the video of their performance as the children incorporate some of the musical styles of their nation:
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.