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Prayer Pony Mission spreading love to children in Texas

Posted on 09/06/17
Prayer Pony Mission spreading love to children in Texas
A very special local ministry, the Prayer Pony Mission, which BJ Con-Sew has partnered with for several years, is spreading love to children affected by Hurricane Harvey. According to the website, www.prayerponymission.com, "While the Prayer Pony Foundation, Inc. fully understands that shelter, food, medicine and clothing are necessities that must be offered, we also understand that there is a need for children to feel comfort, love and hope during such uncertain times." Kim Farmer, founder of the Prayer Pony Mission, reached out to us to see if we could help her quickly fill orders for special ponies that were being donated to the children in Texas. And of course we wanted to help in any way we could. Lori Trotter, office manager at BJ Con-Sew, who has helped with flood relief in the past, has seen first hand what flood waters can do to people's homes and lives and was excited to be helping with this project. "Our hearts and prayers have been going out to the people of Texas and Louisana, and now Florida and the Caribbean, and to be helping in any way is a wonderful feeling," she said. According to Farmer, the first shipment of ponies has been delivered already, and more are being sent once they are ready. "Thanks to a few amazing friends we are now partnering with Faith Family Church (myffc.com) in Victoria, TX and other mission minded, God loving individuals to distribute our Prayer Ponies to the children and adults who have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey... So now, we need to get busy with our God Bless TX Mission, knowing that there may be many more Prayer Ponies going to the Florida and the West Coast soon." If you would like to sponsor a Pony or make a donation to the Prayer Pony Foundation, Inc., it is a non-profit 501 c-3 organization with a mission to share hope, love, faith and comfort with those in their time of need!
Prayer Pony Mission spreading love to children in Texas