Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Spare Change?

Donations are now being accepted to help bring Davids HOME! Prayers that today we have a “for sure” family, there is one SO very close to this decision and many others trying to make it happen for themselves or someone else.

If you have been touched by Davids’ story and can help AT ALL in helping this LAST MINUTE decision as a family steps out IN FAITH to adopt this wonderful boy, please please please spread the word about his donation fund!

Project Hopeful has agreed to allow TAX DEDUCTIBLE donations for Davids’ adoption. Just REMEMBER to put DAVIDS in the subject line so this money goes directly into HIS fund!

Here is the link where you can donate!

Let’s bless him and show him how very much he is LOVED! And let’s show this family that comes forward that WE are stepping out in faith WITH THEM as they make this decision of a lifetime.

Oh I CANNOT wait to see what more God is doing to orchestrate all of this!


Chantelle said...

To this prospective family I say GO!! GO!! GO!!! LIVE OUTSIDE THE BOX!!! (((((hug)))))

I just donated - very excited to help as I could really feel your sick to the stomach feeling yesterday...

Julia said...

I have been posting on my blog and I'm with you - I can't wait to see God topple this mountain!! He is good!! I was one of the many who enjoyed Davids last summer through your blog. I am rooting for that boy!! We were in the middle of adopting our Aaron last summer and I remember being over the waters in our stuffy little room and reading about Davids and the possibility of a family. We rejoiced then and praying now...

Lora said...

I just made a donation for Davids! I cannot wait to read the news of his forever family and hear news of his homecoming the in upcoming months. My heart knows this beautiful boy belongs here, living his dream. God bless his prospective family, that he will move their hearts to bring him home for good!!

Patti said...

praying and believing God with you!! I blogged about him yesterday, spreading the word !!

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