What does it mean when something “goes viral”? Well, I think you better ask Lillian Weber! Lillian is one of the many fantastic volunteers for Little Dresses for Africa who has dedicated the biggest part of every day to help the children of the world by making a little dress. What’s unusual about Lillian is that she will turn 100 in May 2015 and her goal is to have sewn 1000 dresses. The news has picked this story up and it’s spreading all over the internet and papers and has gone “viral”! This is good news for us because as the news spreads her story they also tell the story of what we are all committed to and that’s bringing relief to the most vulnerable of God’s children: little girls. We are so grateful for Lillian but we are also so grateful for you. Whatever level of participation you are involved in, whether it be to sew, to donate material, send money for shipping, help fold and ship or go with us to Africa…it’s all part of the mission and we are so thankful! So today, as we celebrate Lillian’s accomplishments, we also celebrate YOU and your participation and dedication to this ministry. To God be the glory as we continue to reach out to help others!
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