Adoption Christmas Ornament

Cheri Strange

Christmas Ornament Opportunity

one orphan ornament

Before it slips away, I wanted to let you know of an opportunity to receive the gift of an ornament for giving to the cause of adoption. In case you are looking for a trustworthy organization to give financially or to connect with in terms of prayer support or otherwise, LET ME PRESENT:

ONE ORPHAN

from America World Adoption Association or AWAA. They are currently offering the opportunity to purchase an Adoption Christmas Ornamant (my name, not theirs) with a donation of as little as $25. It’s a beautiful butterfly crafted in Uganda. I personally snagged one for each of my adopted kids!

One Orphan is part of the adoption agency, America World that we used for all three of our international adoptions without a hitch or snag. I cannot recommend them highly enough. And I will help you hear more about them in the future, but more than that significant part of my life– America World recognizes the elephant in the room. The orphan crisis in the world presents real challenges that real people who, for myriad reasons, cannot solve through adoption alone.

The good news is that other people OUTSIDE of families like mine who are in the trenches of adoption can actually be involved in globally serving the fatherless. One Orphan is how AWAA helps bring people who want to be involved, the Gospel, and meeting the needs of the vulnerable together.

The bad news is that these challenges cost money.

If you have a desire to make a donation and finally get involved– this is your moment! Get the ornament, too!

How you can snag one of these awesome ornaments!

Get involved today by making a donation of at least $25 and receiving one of these butterfly ornaments in return! But hurry! I don’t know how long this promotion will last. Get them before they are gone!

With much affection!

For His Glory,

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