5th Day of Christmas

On the 5th Day of Christmas…
We had our second Christmas party for kids with special needs.   We had 55 here and most of them had never been to our place before.   We had met some of them at the summer camp, but they have not participated in any of our ministry activities.   Most of them are not believers.

We had the same activities and the same games and the same gifts.   We also had the same opportunity to present the reason we celebrate Christmas and the Gospel was shared very plainly and simply.  No one responded immediately that we know of, but they have heard it.   They listened very intently (maybe just politely).  The point is, they LISTENED and they HEARD.   We know that God’s Word never returns void and we are trusting God for further opportunities to share with them in the future.

Thank you for praying for these who were with us at the parties and believe with us for more opportunities to share with them and lead them into a real, living relationship with our very gracious heavenly Father.

Would you consider joining us in our mission?  We need your help to meet our monthly shortfall of support.  Can you contribute $50 a month for the next 12 months?  Or maybe less?   Or maybe more?  Can you make a one-time donation?  Please prayerfully consider joining with us in our mission endeavor here in beautiful Ukraine.

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Chris Malone

It is a joy to serve our Lord with the bride of my youth, Mary, and our children. Our nine kids are not all living at home anymore. One has already completed university and has started her career. One is finishing his master's degree and will start his career soon. One is completing her freshman year at university. That leaves six at home. One of those completes high school this year. Amazing since Mary and I are only 30 years old (at least in our minds).
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