Widows and Orphans

This was hands-down the coolest fundraiser I’ve ever been a part of–the epitome of James 1:27. Rescuing the orphan by serving the widow.

If those two look familiar, it’s probably because they shared their real-life Wildflowers from Winter story on my blog earlier this spring. Their story is truly evidence that God can use those barren, broken seasons in our lives to bring about something beautiful and breathtaking.

If you’d like to help bring an orphaned brother and sister from Haiti to their forever family, visit Chad and Kristin Reickard’s Both Hands page. Donations are tax deductible. If money’s tight (it often is around the holidays), another great way to help is by sharing this video on social media sites. The more people who see it, the better!

If you’d like to read a story about God’s ability to redeem our broken places, or if you’re struggling to hold onto hope in the midst of heartache, check out the first three chapters of Wildflowers from Winter for free, or visit my Wildflowers from Winter page to order a copy of your own!

4 thoughts on “Widows and Orphans

  1. I could watch stuff like this ALL DAY!! Thanks for sharing it. Do you know what the song is?

    1. Katie Ganshert

      I’m not sure! But I’ll ask Chad and Kristin!

  2. So, so cool!

  3. I can totally see Jesus dancing about this! Dancing!!!
    ~ Wendy


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