Greetings and happy
There is little I can add to Sulastri’s story so I’m going to let her tell it. Sulastri lives in one of the slums of Mataram, Indonesia:
“I want to share about God’s love and how it’s been shown to me. I had accident and afterward a lingering pain has kept me from being able to walk. My life is full of struggle as a single-mother with a child that depends on me. Humanly, it is impossible for me to have a wheelchair—it is only by the grace of God that I have one. That day I was begging when one of the local pastors saw me and offered to give me a wheelchair, free of charge. I was speechless—I could not express my thanks to God for providing this for me. This wheelchair is His extraordinary gift I cannot stop thanking Him for what He has done. Now I can join our local community group and although I haven’t found work yet, the wheelchair completely relieves the pain in my leg. I want to thank the donor who has shown me this grace and compassion—for having empathy for a poor person like me. I pray that God will bless the person who made this possible for me.”
Sulastri prays for you to be blessed. A single-mother, living in a slum, and forced to beg to support her child prays that you would be blessed for giving her a wheelchair. That’s what your gift, the gift of a wheelchair, has meant in her life. Thank you for making this “extraordinary gift” possible.
PS—we are in the midst of our 2nd Annual Big Push. As we strive to give 10,000 people the gift of mobility between now and March 31, please consider partnering with us to reach our goal.