The Cox Family Christian Trust began in 2000. It was set up to help further the work of Christians around the world. We have supported R.O.P.E with several projects from reading glasses for pastors, drinking water for prisoners in Cambodia, to growing crops in Africa. We have helped a pastor in the UK without income. We helped Seer Ministries in the early days with setting up the print shop in Romania and buying some of the equipment for printing. We’ve supported Howard with Wellfound, Gary & Annie with GOL and the gypsies in Romania. We currently support David & Rodica Maguire in Romania as he builds houses for the poor and helps lead a church.
We were told by Geoffrey Hunt about a Pastor called Joshua Zimpah in Ghana who needed a motorbike in order to take the gospel around the villages in the north of Ghana. The Trust supplied his first motorbike.
That eventually wore out as it was used for all manner of things including as an ambulance. In 2006 we bought a new motorbike. We have helped the Hanga people and their church by educating three Pastors through University, building a church building and buying a Toyota pickup, a tipper truck and in 2017 a MotorKing to help the churches children’s home have an income.
Over the years we have tried to provide income generating schemes like bee hives, grain, nuts, pigs etc. The motor vehicles do provide the best income for them if they don’t break down . The tipper truck does break down and is going to be sold and they will buy a more economical vehicle.