Monica and her children 2017 Thanksgiving RFI children
Christmas greetings to you from Rainbow Family in the name of our Lord!
In 2017, the steadfast care of God and the continuous prayers of our supporters allowed for our one Family to complete the rehabilitation process. We currently have 6 families in our home and each one is fighting hard and reigning victorious in their spiritual battle.
I would like to thank our friends with a genuine heart for all your prayers and thoughtful support.
I would like to introduce the new family that has been given to us: 37 year old single mother, Monica and her sons Benson, Gabriel, and Jeremiah. Monica was raised under her grandparents as her mother died when she was at a very young age and her father left her due to drug addictions. Carried down from her family members, Monica developed an addiction for alcohol and drugs from a young age of 14. Amidst all the loneliness, she met the father of her kids and was lost for quite some time. Fortunately, due the prayers of family members, Monica was welcomed into Rainbow Family where she is living a life with God. Although her two eldest sons, Benson and Gabriel, have autism, they are being wrapped in the love of Christ through our Rainbow Family and I request of both prayers and support.
During Thanksgiving last month, RFI Board of Directors and the supporters of Kowin LA branch have volunteered their time and offered 24 turkeys and other Thanksgiving meal ingredients to families so that they could enjoy an abundant meal with their families. Through their efforts, a lot of families were able to have warm and memorable meals. Thank you so much.
We were so joyful this month as students in our ministry received awards for being recognized as hardworking and diligent students.
On December 16th, starting at 11 A.M., Rainbow Family is hosting an annual event where we pass out gifts to our neighbors and children going through difficult times. Thankful for God’s love and compassion, Rainbow Family invites you to this lovely event.
Families of Rainbow Family and RFI students are waiting for gifts while they are writing a letter to Jesus. I have been praying ardently as I do not want to disappoint them.
Please help me so that I may offer gifts to graduate families, neighbors and kids of our ministry.
“Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.”
I pray that the living hope of miracles and blessings are with you and your loved ones in this glorious season.
Because He lives,
Liz Lee / Director of RFI