Day 9 at Forty to Forever, today is for Frank! Frank is 12 but is the size of a 7-year-old, Frank is sweet, loving but is mentally delayed, Frank has no future without a loving family and will be stuck in an adult mental institution, doing nothing, every day, all day for the rest of his days. Help him reach a family, share his story, contribute towards his adoption grant.
Today’s Lent Devotion tells us how important it is to NOT go out onto the battlefield without our armour. After all, we would not step out of our house naked, would we? Have a read and think about it… syc
Our Goal is to raise $500 for Frank and Lina… $354 to go!
“I know that 147 million orphans can seem like an impossible number. So I started with one. The first orphan I ever “discovered” and prayed for was a little boy with a rare disease called Arnold- Chiari Syndrome, in Ukraine. His pseudonym (given by Reece’s Rainbow in order to protect identities) was Sullivan. He was only four years old when I first “found” him in early 2010. I prayed for him, sold cookies at my church group with my best friend for him, and started a blog (You can read Belle’s blog here).
I prayed for almost a year that he would find his family. The day after his sixth birthday, the director of Reece’s Rainbow told me that someone was…
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