Every girl looks forward to "SWEET SIXTEEN" doesn't she?
A big party
hopefully a driver's license...maybe a car! (or access to mom's)
a first job
for some a first kiss (Not our daughters, Scott says not until they are 40, married, and out of the house)
fun with friends
It's truly a golden time for every young girl.
In eastern Europe, a child in the state system ages out at 16.
Where's the party?
too much independence
the first job?
can't even think about the first kiss
It is truly a dark time for every young girl.
What about a child with a disability?
if they are physically disabled, they are confined to a bed.
It is my problem.
I am a child of the King and am commissioned to bring HOPE- the GOSPEL to all the world.
Because my Masha weighs so heavily on my heart, I am writing about girls, but this is true of precious boys as well.
My friend Julia dares to hope. She dares to dream. She dares to hope and dream BIG!
She has created a Mulligan stew of sorts to make a difference in the lives of so very many of these children. She refuses to allow them to be forgotten, to live life never having known love.
Please friends, go to her blog and see the mighty works God is doing through her humble heart that dares to hope and trust our heavenly Father. Click here to visit now. I pray you will consider joining her mission.