Nicole’s Family Korean Culture Day
I hope and pray all is well with you.
All of the new shoots and blooming flowers of springtime are reminding me of all creation and its celebration of the
resurrection of Christ with us.
Currently, we have a spectrum of recovery and rehabilitation going on among a full house of Rainbow Family Mothers
and children. Some Mothers at the home are going to school and working regularly. Other Mothers are doing their
rehabilitation curriculums. But we are all in His grace, trying to live by the word of God, and to learn through him a
healthier way of life.
Nicole has been with us on and off for the last six years. She calls me Mom, and she has returned to live with us again
with her children. Nicole has not seen her mother since she was 14 years old. The negative impact of this relationship has
affected her ability to lead a healthier life. Her children’s father was someone she met in high school. She refers to him
as having been her “partner in crime,” running a mock in their addictions. About four years ago, he was arrested, and is
still in prison. Nicole has struggled to survive on her own with her two small children, and has returned home to Rainbow
Family. She recently commented to me that if she had not accepted Jesus Christ as her savior in our home six years ago,
she would not have had the strength to overcome these difficult years. She thanks God for his mercy and grace.
On Lunar New Year, Rainbow Family was invited to Korean Culture Day, sponsored by The Global Children Foundation.
Each child received Korean hanbok (traditional Korean costumes), and we all feasted on traditional new year food.
I thank The Global Children Foundation and Pastor Mary Lee for their generosity and friendship.
I have obeyed my calling from the Lord for the last 10 years, and have cared for those whom He has sent to me with
my whole heart. I have led them to the Lord and have told them of the victory that He promises. I have witnessed the
transformation in their daily lives. I understand that His love is deeper and more potent than any sin that we know.
Only His love can overcome the world.
In order for me to share His perfect love and to help neighbors in need, I need your help!!
When you receive a sponsorship letter about Rainbow Family annual Walk-A-Thon being held on Saturday, April 6,
2013. Won’t you pray for and support our familys by sponsoring a walker in this event? Thank you.
John I, 4:18-19 “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The
one who fears is not made perfect in love. We love because he first loved us.”
I pray May His resurrection power be with you and your church, family, ministry, and workplaces always.
Because he lives,