About This Book
A little more info about this book
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Shalom Children’s Home is one of the ministries that are dear to our hearts in El Salvador. During the 12-year civil war that ended in 1990, many children were left orphaned or abandoned by parents who fled El Salvador. The Benners saw the need to help these children and received 13 children in 1982. Little by little, more children came on their own, churches and the government brought children to them for care, and the Shalom Children’s Home was founded. Shalom now cares for over 80 children in El Salvador, from newborns to 18 years old. They receive shelter, clothing, food, medical care, education, and life skills training in a Christian environment. A child sponsorship program supports the home. We have supported Shalom since 2009; it is a place of blessing for many El Salvador children who either have no families or have been abandoned. This is a good earth to seed and plant.