Have you ever stepped out in faith, believing that God wanted you to do something that makes no logical sense?

You might have felt vulnerable. You might have questioned your ability to discern God’s voice. You might have met some opposition, even from those you love and trust.

Many of our caregivers experience this same torrent of emotions and trials when God calls them to open their homes to children they’ve only met, children who’ve come from traumatic experiences, children no one else will love.

Yet, time and again, these brothers and sisters of ours open their doors—and their hearts—and follow God’s leading. They model the gospel to curious neighbors by calling the discarded “son” or “daughter.”

Of course, obedience is not always easy. The ongoing challenges of providing all these children need can be overwhelming at times, and one of the greatest financial burdens is providing a quality education for each child.

Today, I’d like to invite you to both assist an orphan AND support a caregiver by contributing to a child’s education. Your donation not only helps break a generational cycle of poverty for the child, but also communicates to his caregivers that we’re in their corner, cheering them on as they care for some of the world’s most vulnerable children.

In fact, Pastor Tonglen, the house father at Agape Children’s Home, would like to personally thank you for the support he’s received in the past. He wrote,

Dear Boaz Project,

Greetings to you all in the precious name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

We are so thankful for our relationship with you all from 2009 to today through our faithful God. How blessed we are and how grateful we are! My words are not enough to explain, but our heavenly Father knows and He will repay you all according to His riches.

Your love and support means a lot to us, especially for our children’s education and daily needs.

We are always thankful, mentioning the friends of The Boaz Project whenever we pray to our Lord. May God continue to bless you all more and more as you bless children around the world.

With love,

Pastor Tonglen
Agape Fellowship Home

As you can see from Pastor Tonglen’s letter, the donations you give to education are an amazing blessing to our caregivers, relieving them of the burden and at the same time, assuring them their children will be well educated.

If you are willing to be part of God’s provision for orphans and their caregivers by donating toward a child’s education, donate online at www.boazproject.org/education 
You can also send a check toThe Boaz Project at P.O. Box 47188, Indianapolis, IN 46247, just include a note saying it’s for education.

Thank you for making an orphan’s future brighter!

Believing in miracles,
April Jurgensen
Founder/Executive Director
The Boaz Project, Inc.

P.S. –Remember! Thanks to the CARES Act, your donation of up to $300 can be deducted from income in 2020, whether or not you itemize your taxes. And if you do itemize, the limit on how much of your income can be deducted has been lifted for 2020. This makes NOW the perfect time to give!


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