Sometimes in life, we do not want to pay attention to the seriousness of life. Many of us can trace God's hand of protection through childhood, on the road, or so many other things. Today I am hear to raise awareness on the Widows of South Asia, who are forsaken, and left in shame, upon becoming a Window, and not just shame but forsaken on all sides. This Saturday I would like to show a film in my home around 6:00, that goes more in depth these Woman's shame and dreadful plight. But with God and the Native Missionary, and our support our donations really can turn one Widow + her children's lives around. Please come, and share your heart, for those you have lost, bring a picture, or even that persons favorite food, if you would like to share. We are going into a tough time of year, and I would like this to be a safe place to laugh and to cry, every were I go people tell me there stories. If you are so moved I am excepting $5-$10 donations for this cause. All donations will go directly to Gospel for Asia. To get more personal, last Christmas I was dreaming about these widows until I was finally able to make a meager donation. I did not know, that I was very nearly in there situation, and only through seeing the Gospel for Asia's Children's persistence in prayer video on the behalf of there friend did I almost not worry but I was able to have faith for my husband, though I did question what God was doing and when he would do it, or if God was going to take him. But knowing who I do believe him, and how God has got us through this, that, and the other, and feeling like he wouldn't just get us through College to leave us like this, with Pneumonia, no we were going to get through this. We had to yield to God and his care. To me, my God did raise my husband up from way more than 50% chance not making it, that was before they knew my husbands Kidney's as well were shutting down. And the morning if God didn't heal him, he would have been on dialysis for Kidneys and pretty close to ventilator for his breathing. God did have Mercy upon Mercy for me and my family. By the next morning his organs seemed to had started up again, they didn't even understand why Dean needed to be in the Intensive Care Unit anymore, but just to make sure. It has been 8 months of shock since his realize, and it has brought me to a new place,that God can really do anything. Please partner with me with any donation at all, even the small really help these grieving woman Saturday evening as well.