Sunrise children have endured horrors. Their stories, like those you will see in our new video, are the stories of thousands, not just a few. These children live in a world that tells them they have no hope. YOU can help us shine the light of hope through Jesus Christ, the only true hope and healing in this world.
When I came to Sunrise, physical abuse had made me a rebellious teen who took no advice or criticism. I came to learn that there are others who really care about me as a person and want me to succeed.
When I came to Sunrise, I thought loving families existed only in fairy tales. Because of my foster family, I know that fairy tales - and happy families - really do come true.
When I came to Sunrise, I was cold, hungry, scared and alone. Today, I know the comfort of a warm bed, the taste of a good meal and the security of being surrounded by people who care.
This music video was submitted by Sunrise. The words reinforce how Great our God is. There is no goal unattainable and there is no darkness that His light does not penetrate.
This video was submmitted by Sunrise. We love the words of this song and we feel that it resonates well to where we are heading as an organization. We particularly love these lyrics; "We will shine like stars in the universe. Holding out Your truth in the darkkest place, we'll be living for Your glory."
This video was submitted by Sunrise. The David Crowder Band gives an excellent rendition of the classic song, "I saw the Light." We are thankful that with your help we get to be the light to the hurting kids of Kentucky.
Our prayer for the kids at Sunrise echo the lyrics of this song; "Daystar shine down on me, let your love shine through me in the night." Many of our kids are living life in the night. It is our desire to shine the light of Christ to these hurting children.