Non-profit partner, Touch A Life Foundation, has released their most recent video about the plight of the trafficked child and their Care Center in Ghana. See what children are rescued from and how the Connor Creative Art Center is serving them.
Art Work is Heart Work. Our design team, all former designers from ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition, called this “reveal day”. Watch the faces of the Touch A Life children light-up as they see the inside of the Connor Creative Art Center for the first time (March, 2013). By our friends at Anthem Pictures.
Nan Deal, Connor’s mom, talks about the work of Connor’s Song:
In March 2013 the Deal’s and a team of volunteers traveled to Ghana to complete and open the Connor Creative Art Center. This is a video scrapbook through the eyes of Braden Deal. Can’t you imagine yourself here?
Drawn from the Water: Meet rescued children, watch former designers from ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition design the Art Center, and learn about the work of Connor’s Song (by Anthem Pictures):
Why did we name it Connor’s Song? Watch and listen to Connor sing and you’ll know why:
Who was Connor? A special tribute:
CBN’s feature on Ron and Nan Deal, Connor’s Song, and the challenge of trusting God in tragedy:
The construction of Connor Creative Art Center:
Fun! The Touch A Life kids doing the Harlem Shake:
Meet Our Designers! In 2012 three former designers from ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition decided to help us design and build the Connor Creative Art Center. Using this video they raised their own travel funds, construction materials for the Art Center, and shipping costs of the materials. We are deeply endebted to Veronica, Kim, & CAP–and love them greatly. We are pleased to introduce them to you.
The Touch A Life Foundation’s video about Connor’s Song: