Honoring Widows & Orphans {The Daily Dash: January 27, 2021}

by Sami

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If there was ever a day to honor orphans and widows, this is it – and I’m showing you how…

Honoring Widows & Orphans {The Daily Dash: January 27, 2021}


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No matter how many things seem to be pressing in on you, be determined to push them aside and look to God ~ Oswald Chambers


Because today is January 27, it’s James 1:27 day. That means today is all about honoring orphans and widows all over the globe.

The calling of James 1:27 is at the heart of one of my favorite ministries, Both Hands. Both Hands helps families raise funds for adoptions by serving widows.

If you are looking for a few ways to make this your mission today as well, here are a few practical ideas:

  • Set aside time to pray for orphans and widows across the world.
  • Support or volunteer with organizations that serve these populations.
  • Listen to the stories of the widowed and the orphaned in your community.
  • Create awareness for the causes of orphans and widows by sharing James 1:27 Day with others.

Both Hands created a helpful toolkit if you want to help spread the word on social media too.

PRAYER FOCUS: Self Discipline

I pray self-discipline over each of us today, that we would have the will and determination to overcome temptation and stay focused on our ultimate goal.

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Hope you have a great day, make sure you make it great and don’t forget to tell someone you love how you feel about them!

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