Happy 13th Birthday Princess Avigayil Christina “Avi /Tin Tin”!
There are no words to express the daily agony of missing you. I have a confidence that I will see you again because of Jesus Christ. John 14:3 My assurance and my hope is because my eternal future is secure. I made a personal decision to accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior.
Just this week I watched a YouTube video called “Sheep Among Wolves” and attended the showing of “Free Burma Rangers”. Please look both of these up and watch for yourself. This life is not all there is – as a believer in Christ I must live for Him.
As I live without the physical presence of my sweet princess I breathe in deeply and I miss her with every breath. I remember that it was so hard to breathe without her as I waited for her before we adopted her as our daughter. Now I wait for you again on this side of heaven and it is even harder to breathe without you… AND
You are the very essence of love and you smelled of the sweet aroma of Christ. Most missed the gift you were and I am saddened for them because they missed the touch of God on this side of heaven.
We were given a gift by God Himself in you. Most don’t know that you were born from a violent act of rape upon your young 15 year old birth mother and she chose life for you. I pray every day for her healing from her pain and that one day she too will know Jesus as her Lord and Savior and she will know what a gift God gave the world through the daughter she birthed.
Everything about you drew me closer to Our Father in heaven and He continues to use your life to draw me into a deeper fellowship with Himself.
We honor your life by continuing your legacy to be a voice for the voiceless. I remember saying at Avi’s celebration service “Don’t leave this room without being changed.”
Local friends please join us at a “birthday party” fundraiser for bringing Katie home from China. The Gulnac family has said Yes to adopt Katie. Please join us for Pork BBQ and help celebrate Avi and bring Katie home. Saturday the 29th at Fairland Brethren in Christ Church Lebanon Pa 2-4 pm eat in or take out all by donation to Dan and Jess Gulnac for Katie.
Anyone not local we are using Avi’s voice to raise funds for the building of Tin Tin’s House in the Philippines and the purchase of a home in Romania for a dear friend with a special needs sister. Please pray and help by donating at www.paypal.me/tingministries
Or, you may send a check to Ting Ministries 29 East Poplar Street Lebanon Pa 17042
What Did You Eat Today?
John 6:35-37: “Jesus replied, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be thirsty. But you haven’t believed in me even though you have seen me. However, those the Father has given me will come to me, and I will never reject them.'”
Thanks to our Ting Ministries supporters, children in the Philippines are getting meals weekly. These street children, that otherwise have nowhere to go, are not only being fed physically but also spiritually. Our team of local believers share food and the love of Jesus to nourish the children’s bodies and souls.
To continue this weekly feeding program, we need to find a sponsor(s) who can commit to a total of ONLY $50/week. We ALREADY have a local Filipino sponsor in-country who has committed $50/week. Praise the Lord!
The meal is simple, indeed, for many, the mush these children pray for would be considered inedible or unappetizing. Yet, these children are truly thankful as they bless each meal. Day by day, their faith grows, seeing the Lord provide for their needs. Would you prayerfully consider partnering with us to help grow the faith of these precious children?
While one-time gifts are appreciated, it would be a HUGE blessing to know this need is provided for. Could you give up one night of eating out or a few coffees a week to care for The Least of These?
Give a gift:
By check: Ting Ministries, 29 East Poplar Street, Lebanon, PA 17042
Memo: Philippines Feeding
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me[…] ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’” Matthew 25: 35-36, 40.