I’m going to Baghdad this fall to meet leaders and deliver paintings to them; and to cast vision and prepare for my semi-move there next year. You can take part in this opportunity at this specific moment in history to see a nation flourish. Beyond the news, beyond the statistics, there is a beautiful nation full of amazing people in need of advocacy and courage on their behalf. Will you believe with me for outrageous hope for Iraq?
From heaven’s perspective this is already a done deal, but here on earth I still need some money. Every bit matters, even one dollar is part of the fulfillment.
It is as easy as 99 people giving $40. So, if you think this is a beautiful, wonderful, blissful, historical moment in history for Iraq and you’d like to toss some happy agreement money in my direction, click the link below and easily give online. Goooo team!
Imagine a year from now: Baghdad is more stable, children are more free to play, more families picnic by the Tigris River, the Iraqi dinar is stronger, the Middle East is more peaceful, and YOU had a part in it! haha! THAT will be gorgeous!
Please share the opportunity to cheer for mothers, fathers, and children in Iraq by sharing the link below on facebook, twitter, your blog, your website, via email, and via word of mouth. Let’s stand together and champion the people of Iraq and the restoration of their dreams and their lives.
THANKS for believing in me and investing in HOPE for the Middle East! I love Baghdad SO much! One glimpse of the city or the mere mention of its name and my heart beats with the passion of a thousand hearts, a thousand happy, smitten hearts. Baghdad will flourish.
HOPE’s anthem, a song to get your hope-beat pitter-pattering faster: http://www.box.net/shared/6iaibkby45j5j4ym043b
And one of my favorite new songs, “Jesus, You Have Won Me,” go to minute 16:50
Jesus has already WON Iraq. He paid for it. And her heart is turning to Him. She’ll sing along very soon. : )
She’ll also sing along to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2pw3rJvif8&feature=related