We recognize that we are all living in a unique, uncertain time. Individuals are losing jobs, some of you included; families are feeling the impacts of COVID-19; and we all certainly feel a level of timidity and anxiety. At Show Hope, we are wrestling with how to proceed with our mission in such a time as this. We are convinced now, more than ever, that the work of Show Hope is needed and vital. Our mission is centered on helping to provide home and connectedness for children who might not otherwise experience family. We are aware that for the children we serve, much of life is lived with daily uncertainty. It is, to that end, that we ask you to join us in prayer as we are also praying for you, our country, our world … and the children and families we serve.
“When our faith in God exceeds our fear, then fear loses its grip on us. He calls us to step forward in faith, trusting that he is leading us, and his plan is good. We know that while we are not in control of this process at all, God is, and he is worthy to be trusted.”
Today, with the help of a Show Hope grant, Jane and Aaron Littmann are in the process of adopting from South Africa.
At Show Hope, we believe that every child deserves to know the love and permanency of a family. As our Co-founder Mary Beth Chapman often says, “Not everyone is called to adopt, but everyone is called to do something.”
You can do something by giving to the 20/20 Campaign and helping more families like the Littmanns welcome their children home.