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ITC! and Pink Kick

2020-08-11T10:20:45-04:00July 6th, 2020|Sex Trafficking|

Last fall, our Kerus founders Drs. Jennie Cerullo and Marcia Ball were shopping in a local Johannesburg market, finding items for Kerus fundraising efforts in the USA. They were introduced to a beautiful entrepreneur, KHUMBELO RAMARU. As they chatted, Dr. Ball mentioned that she was of Kerus Global Education and was promoting the It Takes

Publishing Pastors

2020-08-11T10:23:00-04:00May 6th, 2020|Spiritual Growth|

Kerus loves to invest in the ministry projects of pastors with a unique platform for ministry.  Last year we assisted with and published a book, The Stone that Hit the Giant, by our dear friend and colleague, Pastor Thando Sikonkwane.  Kerus founders, Drs. Ball and Cerullo, contributed a chapter about courage.  The book is for youth who live

Kerus in South Africa Approved as an Essential Organization

2020-08-11T10:24:30-04:00April 17th, 2020|COVID, Orphans & Vulnerable Children|

After two weeks of wondering how we could help our families in the township, Kerus has been approved as an essential organization! We can now get into the township and deliver much needed food to our orphans and their families. With generous donations from our partners we plan to rice, beans, corn, oil, sugar, flour

Hearts of Hope: Engaging Bible Distribution

2020-08-10T22:54:21-04:00March 6th, 2020|Spiritual Growth|

Many of us have fond memories of receiving our first Bible; we treasure the inscription by our parents, grandparents or that special adult in our lives. Kerus Advisory Board member, Kimberly Hobbs, remembered that feeling and wanted to give that special gift to the children she loves at the orphan care center and has visited

Helping our Grannies Grow!

2020-08-10T22:54:22-04:00February 6th, 2020|Education|

One very special population in the Kerus family that holds our utmost respect, appreciation and support is the incredible grannies who have taken up the mantel of raising the next generation. These dedicated and exhausted women are the pillars that support the lives of the children and ultimately the community of Soshanguve. The