Child Sponsorship

The children and young adults in the child sponsorship program, while they live in different nations and areas, have several things in common: They are very poor, and they, as we, have an undying soul.

And all thy children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be the peace of thy children. Isaiah 54:13 

The mission of Child Sponsorship is to provide a Christ-centered education for needy children within the Purpose, Vision, and Mission of Apostolic Christian HarvestCall. The goal of the program is to help these children learn life skills to improve their standard of living, and to provide spiritual training to address the true need...the need for knowledge of, and a personal relationship with, God through Jesus Christ.

We invite you to take the opportunity to be directly involved in the life of a child that was born in an economically distressed area of the world.

A day in the life of a sponsored child

Get a look into the daily lives of two of our sponsored children in Haiti.

Child sponsorship changes lives.

Hear the personal testimony of a formerly sponsored child, Adline Cameus, in this short video below.


Hear the personal testimony of a formerly sponsored child, Pastor Jean Claude Mesy, in this short video below.

How to Be Involved 


The needs of these children and their families are very great. Pray first that the children can learn of God's love and can learn to live their lives for Him. Then pray that they can apply themselves to learning and their school work.

Sponsor a child or school

This offers a way to put your prayers into action. Interested?  Click here.

Sponsor continuing education

This offers a way to equip the deaf to transition into life sustaining careers. Interested? Click here.

Help us spread the word!

  • Refer friends or family to our web site.
  • Request a presentation to share with your church, Sunday School, potluck group, family, or to view by yourself. We currently have a PowerPoint with some embedded videos that can be shared with churches or families. Contact the Morton office to request presentations or brochures.