“Padrino” is a Spanish word that means godparent. You can become a Padrino by giving monthly. The value of being a Padrino is that you can help more children by giving a little each month rather than a few larger gifts each year. With a smaller monthly constant amount, you have a longer-lasting impact on children.
For example, Only $30 monthly provides Icthus for an entire Icthus group – that’s 15-25 kids!
Lucas is 37 years old. He was an Icthus kid over 20 years ago. Padrinos made it possible for him to have consistent Ministry as a kid. Today, Lucas is an elementary teacher and a Pastor in Monteria, Colombia.
Here are Lucas’ words about his journey in Icthus:
“My journey in Icthus began at the age of 9. In Icthus, I learned to love God and my neighbor as myself. At age 15, I became an Icthus guide, which allowed me to serve the Lord Jesus Christ. I learned about working as a team and being creative.
Thanks to God, Icthus’ continuous training helped to form me as a leader and to understand what it means to shepherd children. Today, as a Pastor, Icthus is part of my church. I thank God for allowing me to be in Icthus.”
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What Icthus Amigos say:
"Icthus makes a difference in the lives of kids."
"When children's behavior and outlook on life changes for good, parents are drawn to find out the reason. Countless families have committed their lives to Christ through Icthus in many different countries. Now it is starting in Africa and soon we may see it spread all over the world.
Truly a vision of God."
"Icthus is changing kids' lives and their families all over the world! God is using this ministry in amazing ways. Join in and help with your donations to touch even more lives!!!"
"Icthus is a complete discipleship program for Kids. Many have grown into leadership in Icthus and their community . It is truly God inspired and continues to be blessed by Him."
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