Liz Ecelbarger, my dear friend, knows how to find joy in difficult circumstances. She is in a battle for her life against an aggressive, malignant, cancer. But she isn’t fighting alone. I am amazed by the outpouring of support she and her husband Frank have received. The toll cancer has taken on this family is great, and they are facing it with courage. Liz's attitude encourages me to keep my focus on Christ.
Their trial is expensive; however, I believe God wants to provide for them by using you and me. A quilt is a patchwork of many small pieces of fabric sewn together to make one beautiful, useful creation. We can join as a patchwork of friends and supporters to make a beautiful statement of God's love and care for his own .As I worked on the quilt Hope’s Garden, God put the idea in my mind to give the quilt away to help Liz and her family.
Many of you are already part of this patchwork through your spontaneous gifts that have blessed them so much. Here is another opportunity with a quilt attached. If you would like to make a donation to help them, you can do so here.
With every pledge of $25, you will have a chance to own the pictured quilt, Hope’s Garden.
Please give as God leads and pray with me that He will use this project to His glory.
A list of supporters will be provided to the Ecelbarger family.
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