Support a Missionary Marriage!

Marriage is hard sometimes. And marriage abroad can have unique challenges and stressors that often occur at the same time that access to resources and support plummets.

Would you consider joining me in providing support to marriages abroad through a monthly gift of $50 to $200 for two years?

This week alone I’ve had the privilege of walking alongside of marriages in Kyrgyzstan, the Middle East, Central Africa, the Dominican Republic, Germany, and southern Africa. But I can’t do it without you.

In order to get back up to fully funded (which is a good idea by itself, but is also required by our missions agency, Team Expansion), we are hoping to raise about $1,000 in monthly gifts. This isn’t a personal raise; it just gets our ministry back up to adequately funded for the next two years. Some clients are able to donate for their sessions, which is extremely helpful, but the truth is, without the gracious support of the Stateside Church, this ministry would fail.

End-of-the-year donations are immensely helpful too! I typically meet with a couple for 10 to 12 sessions, so a one-time gift of $1,200 would be an enormous blessing for our ministry and a missionary couple.

With a huge THANK YOU to those who have journeyed with us thus far, here’s one of the tools that I often utilize when I’m working with couples abroad. This tool was recorded on the top floor of a row house in Phnom Penh…

Reflecting Back

If you’d like to read a bit more about this ministry or make a one-time or recurring donation, visit: Seeing the Hearts of the Hurting.

We’d like to keep track of our support raising progress, so please let us know if you’d like to start giving monthly and/or be added to our newsletter. We want to keep you in the loop! Happy Friday! 😎

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