Friday, December 3, 2010

A Life Changing Christmas Card

Geraldine sent a Christmas card home to her family.  We had given the homeless cards to send to their families. 

After  mailing them,  her brother got in touch with our church. He inquired, how can I find my sister?

He quickly flew here to go with us to Atlanta.  He hoped to find her at the ministry house.

She was there as usual, her face lite up when he walked in.  She was happy to go home to her kids and family.

She also needed a friend to help her find her way home.

One real Christmas Card, changed a life.  Small actions can be life changing.

17 comments:

Rachel Cotterill said...

That's such an awesome and inspiring story. Thanks for sharing :)

Wanda said...

Wow, that's incredible story about how much seemingly little act of kindness can make all the difference in ones life. Thanks for Sharing Kim.

Ginny said...

What a wonderful story. I hope Geraldine is no longer homeless this christmas.

Weezer said...

What a wonderful story for starting this time of year. Christmas Magic, for sure.
Weezer

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

What a great story! Thanks for the inspiration my friend!

A girl needs 2 Talk said...

Wow! I love that the brother loved her as much. :) :) Families warm my heart!

Faith Imagined said...

What a beautiful story on how something so simple can be so profound!

Karen said...

I agree...such a wonderful story...you just never know what the Lord will use and how....

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Incredible, Kim... What a fabulous ministry. THAT is what Christmas is really all about...

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Flying high in the sky.... said...

beautiful!!!....

slommler said...

What a wonderful story!!! I could see her face lite up!!! Fabulous!
Hugs
SueAnn

Jane said...

This is an incredible story!

Jane

Connie Arnold said...

That's beautiful, a wonderful story, Kim!

sarah said...

this is sooo great and a real Christmas story....

sprinkles said...

Wow, what an amazing story!

Jasmine said...

What a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing.

I pray all has been well. It's been a while since I pass by. I have missed your warm comments, but decided for the moment to disable comments for various reasons. I hope you understand.

May the Lord bless you with a beautiful and joyful Christmas.

Blessings,

Ella and Jasmine

God Whispers said...

((((Kim))))

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