Mothers love, serve, and give of themselves for their families and children, making sure their kids have food, clothing, education, and a future. But if a mother were totally unable to provide for her kids, how grateful would she feel if someone stepped in to give them that chance?
Parents across Asia struggle to provide for their families. Children grow up illiterate, uneducated and taught they are worthless. More than 20 million boys and girls are trapped in social evils like child labor and prostitution.
Gospel for Asia’s Bridge of Hope turns these situations around for good. Children are educated and nurtured. Families experience Christ’s love. More than 72,000 children have been helped so far and thousands of families have found faith in Christ as a result.
“Mothers are one of the greatest gifts God has given us here on earth. I am so grateful people have this chance to honor and bless their mothers by providing opportunity for another mother’s child. It’s a gift of true value.” – K.P. Yohannan, founder and international director of Gospel for Asia
Your blogging challenge this Mother’s Day
Your challenge before Mother’s Day is to share about mothers in Asia – and the gift of true value we can give them through Bridge of Hope. Share with your readers the opportunity to sponsor a Bridge of Hope child in honor of their Mom.
Mothers in Asia will be so blessed to know their child has hope for the future, and our Moms will be honored by this special and unique gift! Include this link in your post: www.gfa.org/mom
This Mother’s Day we can use our voices and our blogs to give true hope to mothers and their children in Asia! If you have any questions or prayer requests, please contact the Blog for Asia team.
Video: Mom shares why she sponsors children
“We’re not just impacting the lives of these kids, but we’re impacting families and communities.” – Corie, mom and Bridge of Hope sponsor
Embed this video on your blog: https://youtu.be/0vDbA2JEX3A
Use any of these photos in your Mother’s Day blog post:
If you would like to use these resources for your blog, please sign up to become a Gospel for Asia blogger here.