by Mary Kathryn Tiller
As Orphan Outreach enters into their second decade of service, Amy Norton has spent time reflecting on the organization’s journey and accomplishments. This time of reflection has served as a reminder of God’s goodness and faithfulness and provided her a deep conviction and comfort that He will continue to provide and lead their way.
Like most of you, I spent Thanksgiving reflecting on everything I am thankful for; my family, friends and the opportunity to be a part of Orphan Outreach’s work around the world. It’s Giving Tuesday and after we have all spent the last weekend with plenty of food and the ability to start shopping and planning for Christmas, I think it is the perfect time to reflect on how your generous support is helping us to impact the lives of children.
Our 2018-2019 annual report is far more than a financial impact statement.
Social Media has become completely integrated into our daily lives. Millions of people around the world scroll through endless feeds that allow insight into a small piece of each others' lives. There are numerous arguments that question the positivity that this brings into the world. Is social media changing our lives for the better? Can it make a difference?
Rugged individualism is deeply prized in western culture, but for Ronne Rock, there is more value in community, in family. In fact, should you spend much time at all with Ronne, you will surely hear her reminder that, “We’re all in this together.” It is this reminder, this commitment to care for the forgotten, that led Ronne to Orphan Outreach nearly ten years ago.
Our 2018-2019 Annual Report is the story of YOUR impact on the lives of children around the world. No matter how you became part of our global Orphan Outreach family, you are transforming lives and transforming the landscape of orphan care. Thank you.
Have you ever thought about traveling to India on a mission trip? Hear directly from the trip participants and India Director about why you should go. #orphanoutreach #india #missiontrip