Where God Guides, He Provides - Isaiah 58:11
Meet Oleksandra! Oleksandra is 7 years old and currently lives in an orphanage in Lviv, Ukraine with her six other brothers and sisters. Oleksandra came to Grace in need of a lot of love and attention. She has missed several growth milestones and is very small for her age.
The first time we visited Grace we met Oleksandra and we immediately noticed her height and she was very shy. At the beginning of the war, Oleksandra, her siblings, and all of the children from Grace were evacuated to Italy. Kate and I went to visit them and found them all to be doing well and were happy to see Oleksandra laughing and playing. While there they were able to provide supplements to Oleksandra to help her start growing.
In October of this year, Kate and I entered Ukraine with the assistance of the director of Grace to be able to bring clothing and supplies to the children. We were able to spend time with Oleksandra and are happy to report that she has been growing and is much more outgoing. This is a direct result of the love and care that this Christian Orphanage provides to these kids.
I am also happy to report that Oleksandra's oldest sister is no longer an orphan at Grace but is now one of the caregivers! Your donations help provide a loving, nurturing environment for these children so that they can change their future and break the cycle!
Our organization has one goal, to spread the love of Jesus to the orphans of Ukraine and Eastern Europe! Our primary focus at this time is to provide monthly support for Grace to allow them to purchase food so that children like Oleksandra can continue to grow and thrive. Would you join us in that cause by clicking the donate button above? You can even setup your gift to be monthly reoccuring. It takes about $2500/month to feed all of the children and caregivers of Grace for the month.
God bless you for your prayers and your generosity! Thank you!
Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. - James 1:27