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Karabo and a Comb

I still carry a brown comb in my pocket that I received in an Operation Christmas Child gift box when I was 11. It’s more than just a practical help, it reassures me of God’s faithfulness every time I look at it.

It is a reminder that God knows my needs, even the little things—and that brings me joy.

I experienced heartbreaking loss early in life. My father died when I was 5. Not long afterward, my mother left me with my grandma, and I didn’t see my mother again for years…

[2023 OCC Gift Box] The Power of a Simple Gift

Every year, OCC gift boxes share "Good News, Great Joy" to millions of children around…

The Greatest Journey Begins to Draw a Family to Christ

Aunt Ilsa is much loved by her village nestled in the mountains of Central Asia.…

Operation Christmas Child Bringing the Hope of the Gospel to 1,000 Pacific Islands

Rengesuul Yobech sat in the shade of a spacious open-air gymnasium at Peleliu Elementary School…

Nancy and a Photograph

I grew up in the Middle East with four siblings and my parents, who worked…

Karabo and a Comb

I still carry a brown comb in my pocket that I received in an Operation…

Island with No Power, No Airport Receives Gift Boxes

The small island of Enubirr has no electrical power and no airport. Located in the…

David and his Toy Car

My interest in figuring out how things work, how things can be taken apart and…

Dana and her Hygiene Items

Growing up in Romania, my parents worked in a steel plant. My dad was a…

She’s Got a Passion for Sharing Christ Through Gift Boxes

A Pennsylvania woman overcomes physical challenges and encourages everyone—especially young people—to pack Operation Christmas Child…

The History of Operation Christmas Child​

“There are still places around the world where the name of Jesus has never been heard.
That’s why we continue to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth through OCC gift boxes.”