The two boys in the picture, now men, saw their father killed when they were young. They have no story for Father's Day. After talking to every leader and worker in Living Stones, we found there are no stories to share with you about Father's Day: about how lives were changed and families brought together through a father stepping up and becoming a man of God. Children, yes. Teens, yes, mothers, yes. Fathers? No.
We ask you to join with us in our father's ministry: in prayer and in support (under "Day for Dad"). Perhaps you even felt it yourself this past Father's Day: the ache for what could be; for what should be. In Brazil, Father's Day is August 14th. Help us provide an outreach to the fathers of the Living Stone's children. We want to change the story--we want to write new stories.