Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Operation Christmas Children
It's That Time of Year!
These shoeboxes are so fun to put together.
I choose every year to do at least one each for the older kids,
they always receive the least.
It's not complicated. There are few rules.
You can visit the Samaritan's Purse website (or just click on the link I provided)
to help with any questions.
Pretty much no liquids, perishables, or war-related toys.
Too many children around the world are exposed to fighting and violence.
As you can see, shoeboxes come in many different sizes!
Sometimes people use plastic bins.
You may or may not wrap it,
just be sure to leave it open.
But pray for the child that will be receiving it!
This is very often an uncommonly great blessing.
Use the same link above to print these labels for your box.
Be sure to bring your filled shoeboxes to a drop-off location near you
no later than November 11 - 17!
Again, you can find this information on the link above,
or on the Samaritan's Purse website.
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