DACULA, Ga. – As Hebron Christian Academy enters its second year in partnership with World Vision, the two organizations are joining together for a Night of Worship and a Chosen® event on Monday, Sept. 25 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Hebron Church.
Jason Roy, the lead singer for Building 429, and Haven Madison, Jason’s daughter and a top eight finalist on American Idol in 2023, will lead worship at the event, while Bernie Anderson, World Vision's Senior Regional Manager, will deliver a powerful message. Students and parents will be ignited with compassion for the world’s most vulnerable people and invited to make a global impact through Chosen®, World Vision’s new invitation to child sponsorship in HCA’s adopted region in Honduras.
“I’m thrilled about this event, because it has life-changing potential for our students and families and for the boys and girls we’ll partner with in Honduras,” Head of School Dr. James Taylor said. “It will deepen our entire school’s awareness of how people in developing countries live as we engage in cross-cultural relationships.”
Chosen® flips the script on child sponsorship because kids living in poverty have the power to choose their own child sponsor. It’s a choice that can empower a child for their future as their entire community starts to stand confidently on their own, free from poverty. A child sponsor’s $39 monthly donation is pooled with others to equip communities with access to essentials like clean water, nutrition, basic healthcare, and education.
Through HCA’s partnership with World Vision, every Bible class from K4 through 12th grade has a mission focused part of the curriculum provided by World Vision. This curriculum emphasizes the personal responsibility in the active engagement of the Great Commission to go into all the world and proclaim the gospel.