The White family is in tremendous need. Show God's grace in their time of need and please donate if you can. Regardless of your ability to help the White family monetarily, please join me in praying for them.
Cindy has been one of my nearest and dearest friends since we were both 14 years old. She is beautiful inside and out and her family reflects that. The White family has fallen on hard times more often than most of us could handle, since Paul first getting laid off when NUMMI shut down. It has been a financial roller coaster for the majority of their marriage. For the last few years, they have learned to do less, have less, and live with less. They have reached a point where there is not anymore room for additional cuts to their budget and they are going to lose power, water, and their rental home if they do not experience a miracle.
Cindy is a Godly example with her everyday actions in directing homeschool and AWANA groups while also working and taking care of her family. She struggles everyday but continues to remind herself and teach others about God's love. The family's faith has kept them going after Paul most recently got laid off again in March and lost his mother two days later. I absolutely admire their strength and trust in God.
Now after much prayer over their situation, God has put it on my heart to reach out for help on their behalf. Paul has a job offer with a decent wage for the area, that he is waiting for completion of the background check for, but he also received notification that his unemployment has been exhausted. The new job is part-time with a long-standing company and promise for a full-time position in the future. Also, very near their home and with one family vehicle he could walk to work if necessary. Cindy, as most of you know, drives for Lyft whenever she can to make money for gas and a little groceries here and there, along with her most recent job of merchadising at stores all over the area. Their oldest son Justin has joined the Air Force, please keep him in your prayers as well. Their 2nd oldest, Josh, has just started a new job and is anxiously awaiting his first check so he can help out.
It's going to take a while for them to get back on their feet, but not knowing where your family's next meal is going to come from is the most awful feeling. Their rent is $1400 a month with it absolutely having to be paid by the 11th of September. They have paid just enough on their power and water to keep them on for now, but risk shut off in the very near future.
I have chosen $4000 as a goal to help them get back on their feet. It would take just 200 people to donate $20 each to reach that goal and I know God can move mountains!
Please know that no amount is too small and every donation will go directly to Paul and Cindy to be put toward their rent, power, water, and groceries.
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