November 7, 2021, marks the 20th observance of Orphan Sunday, a movement that has changed the lives of countless children in more than 120 countries across the globe. In celebration, this year’s theme is “See What God Has Done!”
You’re invited to join in a special global simulcast featuring adoptee, adoptive father, singer-songwriter and Dove Award winner Mark Schultz. Known for his storytelling and songs, Mark has a passionate heart for vulnerable children. Save the date! Gather your family and join the worldwide broadcast on Saturday, November 6 at 9:00 pm Eastern. Register here for a free link to the November 6 simulcast.
Globally, many children live in orphanages or on the streets due to abandonment or abuse. And COVID 19 has impacted at risk children across the globe like never before. Those children on the streets or aging out of the system are far more vulnerable to traffickers, prostitution, homelessness, and a host of other ills.
November 5-7, 2021, Christians and Jews in 123 nations will unite in prayer for these vulnerable children. Won’t you join individuals and faith communities across the globe as we unite on Orphan Sunday and Orphan Shabbat to pray and challenge ourselves to be an answer for these at risk children?