words for warriors
Thank you so much for writing letters of encouragement to the girls in the safe home. Please fill out the form below, and continue to pray for us and them. We appreciate you!
GUIDELINES FOR LETTERS
- Write a letter that encourages and empowers women and children as they have been freed from modern day slavery.
- Address your letter along the lines of "Dear ___, and write an encouraging note that places value and worth upon the girls.
- Talk about your family and what you do for work. They are interested in knowing who is writing to them
- End your letter by signing with your first name.
- Refrain from stating your own beliefs or talking about specifics of your life (i.e. income or specifics about where you live.)
- Refrain from claiming to understand their situations or give advice on how to live a better life.
My name is Lynnsey and I am a college student at University of Kentucky. I am studying to become an elementary school teacher because of my love for children. I am writing to you because I heard about you from Mission 108 and was so excited to offer a little bit of encouragement and remind you of how special you are!
There have been times where I have felt alone and what has kept me going is focusing on the things and people that I do have, like family, friends, and listening to the voice inside me that has been guiding me my whole life. You are deeply loved and cherished. You have impacted me all the way from my hometown back in Kentucky. The verse below has been with me through some of my toughest times. I hope it offers you as much encouragement as is has to me.
Isaiah 41:10 “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
My hope for you is that you will always be reminded of the truth of who you are. You are a child of God and NO ONE can take that away from you. Keep pushing forward, I am praying for you and will be thinking of you always!
Your sister in Christ!