Being grateful, meeting needs
Kelli from Generation Cedar wrote about gratitude no matter what, and inspired me to work on that virtue myself, and with my children. One great way to be more grateful for what we have is to notice what others don’t have.
I’ve read enough from my friend Carrien to know she is my soul sister. She and her husband stepped out on faith to open an orphanage in Thailand, and are working to find a way to get their kids safely to school.
After traveling to the Dominican Republic with Shaun Groves in 2008, I can vouch for his heart for needy children. When he learned about a Compassion kid who needs heart surgery, he decided to raise money for his surgery.
Grateful for what you’ve been given in life? Please consider partnering with either or both of my friends in the work that God has placed on their hearts.