There is Still Time

There is a little more than one week left for you to get involved in the 24/7 Project.  Here is a reminder of what the project is all about.

What is it?

It is a group of bloggers trying to make a difference by supporting Nuru International.   Nuru International is a not-so-well-known organization founded by Christians to help end extreme poverty.  People are described as living in extreme poverty if they live on less than $1.25 a day.  Over 1.4 billion people are living in the condition right now. 

What you were asked to do?

1.  Pray.  Over the 24 days stretching from April 1 through April 24, you were asked to pray for Nuru on a daily basis.

2.  Donate.  After finding out more about them, you were asked to consider making a donation.  This can be still be done by going to their Donations Page.  If you donate, please put “24/7 Project” in the comment box for tracking purposes.

3.  Share Nuru’s Story.  You were asked to do this by “liking” their Facebook page, by following them on  Twitter, and by encouraging others to do the same.

Maybe you haven’t prayed yet.

Maybe you haven’t donated yet.

Maybe you haven’t shared their story yet.

 We are trying to raise $7000. 

That’s a big number, but we serve a big God.

There is still time.

(Philip promised God that He would help his community–have you ever promised God anything?  Share away!)

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3 thoughts on “There is Still Time

  1. Wow! It’s quiet around here today. (Same thing on my blog–no comments on Nuru, but plenty when I try to boil the faith down to its essentials). You know, I’m kinda feeling the “pastor” in you in this post. 😉

    Been a privilege to be a part if this project.

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