Thanks Abogar… Thanks to YOU!!

This year Abogar International Ministries took on its very first CHRISTMAS CHALLENGE! We set a goal to raise $1000 to be able to bless God Bless The Children Home in Guatemala with finances for Christmas bonuses, Christmas dinner, and if funds were left over to bless the children with clothing and gifts. While we initiated this challenge, it was due to many of you that we were able to be successful in raising these funds, helping this home, and blessing the children, staff, and workers!

Thanks Abogar! David & Cinthya (house parents) and staff!

While its awesome to receive these pictures and the gratitude expressed here, we at Abogar International Ministries would also like to express our gratitude! THANK YOU to each and every supporter and follower of Abogar, for believing in us and joining in our mission and vision to help children of Latin America to have Christ-centered homes, family, and education! We can NOT do it without you, and we are very grateful! Your donations, prayers, and encouragement are investments made to improve the lives of these children, and words are so limited to express our deepest gratitude to you… but THANK YOU!!

Abogar International Ministries hopes that you all have had a very merry and Christ-filled Christmas and we wish you each a very Happy New Year!! May 2015 be even better than 2014!

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As Founder and Executive Director of Abogar International Ministries, a nonprofit organization, I am excited to share with whomever is interested about the great and mighty work that God is doing through Abogar all throughout Latin America to impact, improve life, and advocate for orphaned children, street children, and youth at risk! Having come from a very hard childhood and being passed through foster care myself, God has caused me to have a tremendously loving and empathetic heart for so many children who find themselves in very horrible situations! For some reason God is drawing my heart and the focus to Latin America specifically.

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