How can you get involved?
We humbly ask for your prayers as we continue working in Ethiopia. We believe prayer is the most powerful tool and we want to be led by the Spirt in all we do. Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, twitter and our blog to find out ways to partner with us in prayer.
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Asking for money is not our favorite thing to do, but honestly we are not able to do this on our own. We need people to partner with us financially. Please consider donating or sponsoring. We are so grateful for your love and support.
We want to share what the Lord is doing through I AM not 4gotten. We would love for others to catch the vision and get excited about what is happening in Ethiopia. This is where you come in...we need your help in raising awareness for the precious people of Ethiopia. Please spread word about I aM not 4gotten and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and twitter and then share us with your friends, families, churches, communities and businesses.
Your gift helps children in poverty reach their God-given potential by providing for their greatest needs
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We have many kids waiting to hear that they have a sponsor.
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Make a Donation.
Whether it's once or several times throughout the year, your support is vital in allowing us to continue serving the beautiful people of Ethiopia.
We are so grateful for our monthly donors and sponsors. Your role is so important in the continuance of the what the Lord is doing through I AM not 4gotten.
Learn more about how we love and serve the people of Ethiopia through our Judah home and Lunch Buddies!
Our House of Judah Sponsorship Program is focused on providing the opportunity for children living on the streets of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to be part of a family, live in a home, receive education, nutrition, medical care, community and discipleship!
In the summer of 2015, I AM not 4gotten began a new program feeding the poorest children in the public school by our Judah House. These were sweet, neighborhood children, that many of us had interacted with on the streets. When we were given the opportunity to provide a school lunch for them, we were so blessed to be a part of filling not only their little bellies, but a very important need in their day... to see Jesus at lunch.