Late last month, 200 people gathered at the Frazier History Museum in Louisville, KY, for LIA’s annual benefit reception. It was such a blessing to spend time in celebration and worship of what God is doing to restore life to the world’s most vulnerable people through the local church. It was a truly special evening as we were able to share memories with long-time supporters of the ministry and introduce lots of new faces to the work God is doing.
This year, as we shared the future vision of LIA, we focused our attention toward LIA’s efforts to serve the most vulnerable, orphans and vulnerable children, in Kenya.
Thanks to the generous contributions of individuals, organizations and churches in the Louisville community, more than $134,000 was raised to support those goals!
We are grateful to everyone who joined us for the event. Below are a few pictures from the evening. A special thanks to all of the volunteers, sponsors and program participants who helped make it possible.
If you weren’t able to attend, it’s not too late to join us in this Kingdom work! If you are interested in making a contribution, visit our donate page for details. Your gift will have a lasting impact.