"Give thanks to the Lord for He is good.
His love endures forever."
Message from the Founder
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the blessings in our lives and express gratitude for the moments that bring joy and fulfillment. How we use our blessings, not just count them. Our 5,000 starving children join me in wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving that remains beyond the one Thanksgiving day or the holiday season.
As we gather with loved ones to celebrate Thanksgiving, let us be thankful not only for the abundance of food and warmth but also for the chance to contribute to fostering a sense of love and kindness that embodies the life of Jesus.
We realize that you have many organizations to chose from, but we are thankful that you made Restore a Child your charity of choice. Your trust is integral to your impact in the lives of suffering children around the world. For that, we are eternally grateful. Thank you for your partnership without which we could not have saved thousands of lives. God has crowned the year with His Goodness, through your generosity.
Thank You for giving orphans their God-given rights.
Thank You for being champions of love and justice for children.
A CUP OF RICE COULD HAVE SAVED A MOTHER'S LIFE
REGRETS... IF ONLY...
Yes, just this past week. Six New Orphans.
(the youngest two are not in the photo)
These children witnessed the brutal murder of their mother because she cooked the last cup of rice that her husband asked her not to use. As we sit with our loved ones around Thanksgiving tables, with all the bounties, let us remember to pray for these orphans. They are now with an aunt who is poor and cannot feed them. Poverty is ugly.
The father was outraged that his wife cooked the last cup of rice they had to feed her six children.
The husband strangled her in the presence of the children. I said to myself, If only I could have... If only we all could have done more, the mother would have been saved and these children would have their mother now. Too late to use the word IF.
But we ALL could prevent such cruel cases if we remember Jesus saying "I was hungry... You have done it unto ME."
(For their safety, we are not mentioning the location)