Dear Friends and Family,
Once again, we find ourselves approaching the Christmas season and as we do, we have so much to be thankful for in this special time of year. God has blessed Georgiana and me with a wonderful marriage and 4 beautiful children. Don’t get me wrong though, we are by no means perfect, but we do love one another and we try to honor God in all that He has called us to fulfill. We do not take this blessing for granted.
We have spent the last 20 years of our lives working with children who are less fortunate. They are “at-risk” children who were born into families that are considered by society as dysfunctional. This was definitely not by their choice.
We have learned from experience that all of these kids have one thing in common, they want a family they can call their own. Just to know that they belong to a family unit and that they are loved by someone means the world to them. In other words, the work that is accomplished here at the Abraham Project is critical in their formation, especially during the most formative years of their lives.
During this holiday season of giving, we would ask you to consider how you might participate in the lives of these children in a tangible way. We have purchased gifts for each one, but there are still so many other pressing needs. Would you consider a monetary gift to help with the monthly operational expenses as we close out this year?
Many of you have come alongside to assist in this effort, by giving so generously and praying so fervently. For this, we are grateful. May God richly bless you for all that you have done! Thank you!
Stephen, Georgiana, & Luke