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Monday, May 28, 2012

Before I Go...

Dear Friends,

I just want y'all to know how very touched Dan and I have been by all the kind notes and comments that have come our way since our big announcement last week. Please know that we have read every word of every message and we have been so deeply encouraged and blessed.

Many of you have asked for more details on supporting us financially. If you're interested in this, you can sign up as a one-time or recurring donor on the Friends of SixtyFeet site.

Friends of SixtyFeet is our ministry's operational fund and covers everything from staff salaries and health insurance to paperclips for our office. Basically, it's all the stuff that's not very exciting to donate towards but is essential to the execution of our mission. And although we work off of a very tight and detailed budget, all of our operational expenses are currently paid out of one account -- so there's no need to designate your gift. It will get to where it needs to go.

If you or your church are interested in partnering with SixtyFeet in this capacity, please reach out to Dan for detailed information on our 2013 budget. He's got it and he'll be happy to share it. Or even meet with you in person if possible.

And finally -- if you're interested in continuing to follow along with us after this blog goes private (tomorrow night), please click the "register" link on the homepage -- just trust me, you'll see it tomorrow -- to request access. I'll soon be blogging about my upcoming trip to Uganda and Dan will write frequently about our work and life in ministry.

Thanks and blessings, friends. I'll see you on the other side!


Hayley said...

It has been amazing how I stumbled upon this blog by typing adoption onto pinterest. I found your amazing adoption story video and fell in love with your blog. Every time I watch it, I cry because it is so beautiful. My husband and I want to adopt and your blog and stories have been so encouraging. Thank you for listening to God's plan for your lives and living it out.

Jenny said...

Best of luck to you and your family as you start this new chapter!! Your work will continue to change lives and I am so excited to see how God will use your family to continue to glorify Him!! Thank you for the update on how we can support you!!!

Anonymous said...

I hate to see you go because your life story always radiates the good things in life. Challenges me in good ways. And I love to see pictures and stories of you and your kids. We are traveling very soon to go get our child from Asia so I also like the adoption/caring for orphans viewpoint. I hope to keep reading your blog, but I understand if you must privatize. Mrs Young