"Sometimes I'd like to ask God why He allows poverty, famine, and injustice in the world when He could do something about it...but I'm afraid God might ask me the same question."

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Good News!

Thanks to all of you who have purchased necklaces so far. I have raised enough money to sponsor one of the many amazing women in the (Eyes That See) Keziah Project.
That means that one woman will be given a micro loan to help her continue on her career path and, therefore, help her family. My goal is to sponsor AT LEAST two women, so I thought I would show you some of the necklaces I have left...
Standard bottle cap "hope" necklace (only 8 left)
"hope" necklace with paper beads (made in Uganda)****Update**** (only 1 left)
"hope" necklace with charms (only 2 left)****
Cross necklaces with charms (one left with paper beads)(if you want to specify a certain necklace, be sure to leave a comment in the "note to seller section" of paypal) ****only 3 left

I also still have the adorable "girly" cross necklaces left. (See photo on left)
Please order some necklaces so that we can sponsor more of these dedicated women. They are on the right path and for many, have a chance to change the direction of their lives.
Click on the paypal link on the left side of my blog to order. If you click on the link, the necklace choices will appear. Click on the necklace of your choice to add it to your "cart."
Thanks so much for your support!

In case you would like to learn more about the programs that Eyes That See sponsors, check out their website. In the meantime, check out these beautiful smiles. The Keziah project provides women with an opportunity to learn a trade (hairstyling), receive support and encouragement, and find "hope" in Christ.

Keziah project graduates. As the director of Eyes That See has explained, "As this month begins, these women are starting their careers as brand new women."


  1. That is awesome!! Proud of the work you are doing.

    Can't wait to see you next month!

  2. Hello. I came across your blog through another. Just wondering if you have any of the Hope necklaces left, either with the paper beads or the charms?