Your inbox and social media accounts are probably overwhelmed with organizations asking for your financial support as the end of the year approaches and as today is deemed Giving Tuesday.
So I wanted to try to help by sharing a few of my favorite ministries in one place for you to be aware of, pray for, and consider financially supporting, not just today but in the days and months ahead.
Preemptive Love Coalition
Preemptive Love astounds me with the way they serve on the front lines of some of the hardest places. They love and sacrifice and work with such beautiful courage and dedication. If you want a way to tangibly help the people fleeing ISIS and affected by terrorism, please support this ministry. Follow their work and updates on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
A21 exists to see slavery abolished in this century. They do amazing work fighting injustices in many ways. Their work with refugees has truly been inspiring. Modern day slavery and the refugee crisis can be so overwhelming with their magnitude, but when you give to A21 you can know you are directly helping victims, survivors, and the vulnerable. Follow A21 on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Orphan care is so dear to my heart and so very important in the work of the Church. Show Hope is a lovely ministry caring for kids, supporting families, and loving in the name of Jesus so well. Follow Show Hope on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to see how to pray and be encouraged in ways to get involved in orphan care.
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Sarah loves Jesus and her family and is passionate about addressing the urgent spiritual and physical needs around the world. She is the wife of Spencer and mama of Katherine and Claire, and they live in Nashville, TN. She runs a photography business with her husband and writes in order to offer encouragement and invite others to choose grace, joy, and gratitude in the adventure and the mundane. She loves traveling and reading; she will choose unsweet tea over sweet and bootcut jeans over skinny; and she is all sorts of awkward with small talk but thrives with deep conversations.