Originally posted December 11, 2013
Dear friends of Breaking Chains,
Now that winter is drawing near and 2013 is coming to a close, we pray that your family, like ours, is reflecting upon a year of blessings. It seems like we say it every year, but as we look back we cannot help but be overwhelmed by God’s faithfulness in our young organization.
Thanks to support from people like you, we were able to witness several snapshots of the Father’s hand in Tegucigalpa this year. Such as watching 13 elementary school students proudly don their uniforms daily to complete their respective grades of primary school. Or witnessing a single mom persevere through beauty school to begin supporting her family through work in a salon. Or rejoicing as we saw our church family grow each week to serve more widows, children, weary mothers and hard-working fathers all searching for community and hope.
As we look toward 2014, we hope to continue to invest in these lives and more, but we will need your support. This coming year, we have goals of growing our physical and spiritual outreach efforts as well as continuing to sponsor our children, teens and adults for education opportunities. Additionally, we desire to hire support staff in order to free up our missionary capacity to more fully focus on ministering to those we serve. We also seek to raise funds to transition our longest-staying Breaking Chains residents to independent living.
As you strive to bless others through your end-of-the-year giving, we ask that you please consider Breaking Chains. Your tax-deductible contributions will be instrumental in supporting our ministry’s mission as well as creating the potential for more life-changing snapshots like those mentioned above.
If you wish to contribute, you may do so online here. You may also send check donations to our mailing address at P.O. Box 20454 Oklahoma City, OK 73156.
We cannot thank you enough for your continued support of Breaking Chains Honduras. We are humbled by your partnership and pray God’s blessings upon you and yours this holiday season.
Breaking Chains Honduras