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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Philip Hayden Foundation - Shepherd's Field

Won't you consider donating to a very worthy cause??

In a few weeks, the children at our church will be raising funds for Shepherd's Field Children's Village during their Vacation Bible School.

Their goal . . .

To provide the funds to give one child a hope and a future - to provide a much needed surgery for at least one child from Shepherd's Field.

Won't you consider helping them reach their goal?

Why is this so important?

One of our first pictures of our precious Philip
living at Shepherd's Field Children's Village
(Philip Hayden Foundation)
in China

See how joyful he is?

Our Philip LOVED living at Shepherd's Field.

It is a beautiful place to live while waiting for your forever family.

It is also a beautiful place to live if you are an orphan in China who is past the age of 14 and cannot be adopted to a forever family because the loving people who work at Shepherd's Field become your forever family.

Wouldn't it be so amazingly wonderful if more orphans could live at places like Shepherd's Field Children's Village?

Philip came to us so "whole."

Wouldn't it be wonderful if more orphans could come to their new forever families whole?

The goal of Philip Hayden Foundation's Shepherd's Field Children's Village (as stated on their 2010 calendar) is to take the so-called broken children and transform their hopelessness into beautiful stories of redemption and love.

See their website at

You can be a part of this incredible story of giving children a hope and a future. . .

If you wish to donate to help our children at Vacation Bible School reach their goal, you can send a check to . . .

Ben Davis Christian Church
701 S. High School Road
Indianapolis, IN 46241

Be sure to put "Shepherd's Field Children's
Village" in the memo section of your check.

James 1:27
"Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of God is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world."

Wouldn't it be wonderful if, through your donations as well as the children's, they could go "way beyond" their goal of helping one child? Maybe funds could be raised to help two or more children?

Won't you please help?

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