The Big BOX Project was born from a desire to supply missionaries with resources and tools to advance their ministries on the field. The Project began with loading suitcases of specialty food items not found overseas. The suitcases contained coveted items such as chocolate chips, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese and cream of mushroom soup, as well as toiletries like deodorant, toothpaste and shaving cream. Over time, we added more suitcases to include clothing, shoes, and linens. One of our favorite projects was bringing guitars to thirteen indigenous tribal churches on the Comarca in Panama. Our biggest project was a forty-foot container of supplies sent to a large ministry and to the Deaf in Lima, Peru. To date, we have sent over $100,000 in supplies to missionaries to the Deaf overseas.
We are currently working on a project for some Christian schools for the Deaf in Lusaka, Zambia run by Yohannes Getaneh. He has about 225 students who are deaf. This project will be shipped in fifty-five gallon barrels. You can help by donating educational supplies or by sponsoring a barrel. Each barrel ships for USD $225.00.