Sep 8 2009

Walk with our staff

By Natasha Sims, blog administrator

Of all the roles I fill at CFCA in the communications department, the one I love the most is overseeing the CFCA blog, which means I plan the stories you read, edit everything and occasionally cajole my co-workers into writing something for the blog.

My goal for every post is to enhance your sponsorship experience (for those of you who are sponsors). For those of you who are not, I hope that each entry is a small window into the CFCA community of compassion. I value each and every one of our readers. These posts are my thanks for reading.

I began working for CFCA when I graduated from college two years ago, and I am continually impressed by this organization. I love the stories of the sponsored individuals who heroically fight poverty each and every day. I cheer for the sponsors when they open their hearts to someone they have never met. And I applaud all our staff members who work diligently every day to serve your friends.

After two years, it still never ceases to amaze me how hard our field staff work. They don’t have “office hours;” they have “every hours.” And I think they deserve our gratitude and admiration for their diligence.

This Labor Day, I want to honor how dedicated these men and women are to serving those living in poverty. This week through the blog, I invite you to walk with them and experience their determination firsthand.

I hope you enjoy the journey.

Learn about their work
God’s work done in God’s way
A day in the life of a CFCA social worker
Notes from the Field – Costa Rica

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0 thoughts on “Walk with our staff”

  1. Thank you very much, Natasha. As part of the community of CFCA, at the mission field, I feel blessed to walk with the poor, the staff members in each project, the CFCA team in KC and our dear sponsors, we all have a call in this mission, if we all do it deligently, the hope and dignity offered to those in need will be a reality, as well as the hope and wisdom the most in need give us every day. Natasha, these blogs would not be possible without you, we all want to thank “you” for enabling this window to share the good news of the Gospel and the small miracles we see eveyday at the field, in the lives of staff members and our sponsors…

  2. Natasha, Thank you for sharing your feelings so eloquently with us. Through your words, you inspire others to participate in the care of those in need. Keep up the good work. CFCA is fortunate to have your talent.

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