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Double Your Impact!

Today is Giving Tuesday, and I wasn’t planning to email you at all, but a business agreed this morning that for every gift gave towards the orphans in Zambia they would DOUBLE IT for TODAY ONLY.

So, I wanted to let you know of this amazing opportunity. That means that a $20 gift is really $40. A $100 gift is really $200. A $500 gift is really $1,000! Praise God for this provision!

This investment isn’t just going into handouts. We are partnering with Love’s Door for All Nations (, who are full time ministry workers, living in Zambia. We will be using this money wisely and investing in people, a school, an orphanage, education and business training so that the children in Zambia will have lasting hope in their community.

Bottom line: orphaned children who are currently living on the street with no hope will find hope because of this school we will be investing in. They will learn about the God who created them in His image and give them a chance to learn, live, thrive and possibly be raised up one day to lead their own people in this work.

Would you be willing to help? Double your impact – today only!

May God bless you, Jason, Anna & Micah Galicinski

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