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January 31, 2018

2017: An Exciting Look Back

At Lifesong for Orphans we believe God calls us to care for orphans and those who cannot care for themselves—at home and abroad. To that end, we are more committed than ever to global orphan care, adoption, and foster care. In 2017, our resolve grew stronger, our supporters gave generously, and by the grace of God we took the love of Christ—in the form of the Gospel and daily care—to more children than ever before.

A Few Highlights—

 

Her name literally meant “devil” when she was found by Lifesong staff in Cambodia. Today the staff provides Mary with healthy meals, proper clothing, and a safe place in which to grow, learn, and play. Mary has since transformed from a quiet, sad child to a bright and lively little girl. Even her name has changed.

As the Nichols family pressed forward with their plans to adopt, expenses began to mount. “Though we were diligently applying for grants and contributing as much of our own funds as possible, we still had a long way to go. It was at that time Lifesong offered us a $3,000 matching grant, assisting our family with meeting the financial milestones that were required to continue to adopt. We’ve been back for some time now, and we can see the faithfulness of God’s hand throughout our journey. The Lifesong team, played a huge role in being the hands of feet of Jesus to a little girl in an orphanage in China.”

Thank you!

To read the full (and thrilling) recap of what God did through your giving in 2017, click here.

Thank you for being part of the mission to bring joy and purpose to orphans and vulnerable children. We pray 2018 is another year where we will look back and celebrate God’s clear and abundant provision for those who need it most.

 

Your giving matters. Take the Gospel to children in need.

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