Several years ago I volunteered for the first time at the Operation Christmas Child processing center. As I inspected some of the shoe box gifts, I noticed several didn’t have anything in them except hygiene items and school supplies. I was surprised and heartbroken that I didn’t find any toys in those shoe boxes. There was nothing for children to play with. At that moment, I decided to do something about it. When I returned home, I prayed about what to do. The Lord answered my prayer by giving me a pattern to make dolls. I went to work, and now more than five years later, I’ve made more than 500 dolls to be included in shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child and other missionary projects.
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OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILDPosted on September 9, 2016
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DawnDecember 23, 2021 at 3:34 pm
What a wonderful way to fill a need. Thank you for sharing!
CindyDecember 23, 2021 at 6:43 pm
While school supplies and hygiene items are needed, a little joy is needed to. It’s a balance of necessities and fun. Bless you for realizing this!