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For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
Jeremiah 29:11
 Putting Prayers to Action
1336 Solway Meeting Rd
Big Clifty, KY 42712
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Back to School Clothing
Deadline  June 15, 2017
Don’t forget to mark the size on each garment you make.

Boys - Jeans may be purchased for the boys. Outfits consisting of pants, shirt, briefs, t-shirts and socks for boys are needed.  Sizes Newborn - 18 are the requested sizes.  
Girls - Outfits for girls include a dress, jumper or pants, and blouse, plus a slip and a little crocheted pocketbook. Tights or socks, undies, hair bow, bracelet and barrettes can be purchased to complete the outfits. Sizes Newborn - 18 are the requested sizes.
Items for Infants and Toddlers - For infants and toddlers, we can use baby and toddler clothing, baby blankets, quilts, shoes and socks.

Back to School Packs Appalachian Region & Local Distribution

Back to School bag Deadline June 15, 2017
We need at least 1,700 Back to School bags for our 2017 Summer Trip to the Appalachian Region. We use gallon Ziploc bags and mark on the outside whether Elementary or Middle School. Also, please add the ABC’s Tract found on our website. We accept gently used backpacks for the children. 
Elementary School Bags:
Pencils, crayons, composition/ notebook paper, rulers, erasers, scissors, and glue stick.
Middle/High School Bags:
Pencils, coloring pencils or markers, composition notebook/paper, rulers, erasers, ink pens and calculator.
If you do not have time to shop, but would like to provide a Back to School Bag, each bag costs $10.00.
          Please include a Gospel tract or the ABC's of Salvation  ABC salvation.PDF

And my God will meet all your needs according to
 His glorious riches in Christ Jesus.
Philippians 4:19

2017 Easter Distribution

We just got back from our first part of our two-part journey to the Appalachian Mountains.  This part of the trip was a very raining and cold one with the temperature dipping into the low 40’s. 
We served 1,357 children on this trip alone, so we depleted most of our stock with this first trip, but God was so GOOD!  We didn’t think we had enough boy’s clothes to finish this one trip, but each time we went to get another clothes pack it was there.  At one point, I looked up in the bin as if to say God I know that’s You, because we didn’t have this many boy clothes!
This trip consisted counties in KY:  Clay, Harlan, Letcher, Owsley, Leslie, Knott, Floyd, Pike, and Perry.  Plus, we distributed to the children of Buchanan and Dickenson, Virginia.  The complete trip will consist of taking a complete month to deliver to all the children. 

So many times, our hearts are broken because we know we aren't getting to the kids, because the parents have no transportation or gas money to get to us.  This trip many schools worked with us and we served our kids from there, plus all the others.  The pictures are limited at a school, so I do apologize for that, but just know that each little outfit is in the hands of a beautiful child or will soon be passed out to one.  It was a blessing to know that each child went home with a new little outfit and blessing bag of their very own.  Thank you for helping put so many smiles on the children's faces.
We will rest, restock and reload the trailer and then leave out for our second part of our journey.   Please continue to keep us in your prayers as we strive to do His will for our life’s.  We are so grateful to you for supporting our commitment to the underprivileged.

First Easter Blessing’s Delivered


Please send them to:

Putting Prayers to Action
1336 Solway Meeting Rd
Big Clifty, KY 42712

We do accept gently used childrens clothing, but they must be freshly cleaned, sorted and packaged.

Separate clothes into sizes & Make outfits
 Please add new underwear & socks
Please place the ABC's of Salvation
(posted above in each pack)
Write gender and size on the outside of bag in permanent marker
This allows us to continue to accept gently used clothing and you help us in this process.  If you follow these directions, your pack will be ready for a child to receive.

Anything with holes, broken zippers or stains

  Send them to the address below:           
Putting Prayers to Action
1336 Solway Meeting Rd
Big Clifty, KY 42712

2015 Appalachian Christmas Mission Trip
 Our Events & stops
We traveled to Virginia first, instead of last this trip. Starting out, we knew we were short on certain sizes of clothes, toys and personal hygiene items.   We were so blessed to have volunteers at each event.  Some even cooked for us, which is always a wonderful blessing.   
Many of our stops were at night and the weather didn't work well for us.  It was chilly and damp. The families patiently waited in line to be served. One of our stops will always hold a special memory for me.  After the second event, in Virginia, our toys were gone.  The whole trip to McVeigh, I was stressing about how to tell them that we had no toys for their event.  This event was so special to me, because this was a complete circle that God had made for us.  Our very first Mission trip started with McVeigh.  My heart was broken, but deep down I knew God had it under control.  I just didn't know when He was going to show up. 

Upon arriving, I was met by several of their volunteers.  Tammy said let me show you what we collected for the event.  She proceeded to take me where we stood gazing at two rooms completely full of toys.  I broke down and started crying.  She didn't know what to say, then I told her about how God had moved through them before we even got there.  God is so GOOD!
After the event, they bagged up all that was left over and sent it with us to bless the other children. 

Our trip would never be complete without a visit to see our Phyliss.  She was so excited that we were there and tickled with all the gifts that some of you sent with us.  She longed to fix supper for us, so that we could stay awhile longer.  Even though our visits are usually short, they are priceless to me.  Bryan is getting pretty good at the selfies of us

We then headed over the mountain into Harlan County.  Our first stop was our Hope Center girls.  I Praise God for allowing us to have gifts for all 125 girls, plus their children received Christmas.  We can't explain how proud and how much we love these girls.  They fill our hearts with so many memories.  Many times we go back and miss seeing faces, but we know that this is just a stop for each one.  So we are proud God allows us to have a short span in their life.

We were then off to our apartments that we visit.  We are were at this one set of apartments, when a young boy came up to us.  He had seen another child receive a coat.  He said, "You think there's a coat that will fit me in that trailer."  Bryan smiled and said son let me see.  Well, we found him a brand new coat, thanks to TLC Ministries.  He tried it on, walked around, and then took it off.  We were puzzled by his actions.  He looked at us, and said thanks for letting me wear the coat for a while.  We laughed and said, it's yours you don't have to give it back.  This was his very first new coat.  He was so excited. He left running and happy to show his new coat off.

Our last event was held at a local school.  We arrived two hours early only to find a line already formed.  We decided to work alongside another ministry to bless more families.  Anyone that knows me, knows that having a plan, being organized or having a system in serving families means so much to me.  We usually call five families at a time to serve them, but the other ministry opened the door and all 700 people came in to be served at one time.  Yes, we did get to have a worship service before hand, but when the doors opened it was crazy.  They said they enjoy watching the frenzy of it.  I just Praise God we had extra volunteers with the Hope Center girls, Frankie & Judy, but then we got a surprise with our friends
Russell & Kim, from Louisville showing up to help us.

                                                         TLC Blessings
We Praise God for everything that TLC has done for our families & us.  We were able to reach so many more children in Eastern Kentucky, Virginia & locally.  Approximately, 281 children received new coats or jackets, over 500 children & teens were blessed with new clothing, over 300 received either a homemade sweater or afghan, over 765 were blessed to receive either homemade hats, scarfs, mittens or gloves.  Some received a matching set.  They also blessed 392 of our toddlers & babies with either a homemade quilt or blanket.  One of our teenagers received a full size homemade quilt. It was her very first bed clothing, she hadn't had anything to cover up at night under.  They also sent 5 very special  homemade Raggedy Ann Dolls. 

God truly not only blessed our families & children, but He blessed us & provided encouragement through them.

We were able to Bless over 2,300 children this year at Christmas with your help!

Thank you TLC & all your volunteers for all you've done!

These girls sleep together in a twin mattress, now they have their own quilts.

Our Events & stops
We Praise God for the Salvations, Rededications, Deliverances and Healings
 He allowed us to be part of on this trip.

Our first event was the evening we arrived.  I never schedule like this, but I had been contacted by a church group in Columbia wanting to assist us and provide Christmas Shoeboxes to pass out to the children.  The only days they could assist were Saturday & Sunday, so I schedule to allow them to see the areas & meet our families.  The week we were leaving, I called them to find out how many would be assisting us & rooms that were needed.  Unfortunately, they had decided not to go & deliver their shoeboxes by theirselves.  My flesh wanted to worry about the shoebox that had been figured in to the committed totals & the help needed for the scheduled events & stops on the two days.  My mind started trying to tell me that the small team of 12 couldn't do what we had scheduled for 25.  No we couldn't, but God can & did!  It is amazing the events started and we were into the second day.  My sister ask me, now when was that team suppose to show up to help.  I said yesterday, we laughed, because God provided all the help and we hadn't given it a second thought.  Then God not only blessed us with the 1,600 shoeboxes, but He blessed us with almost 2,400 shoeboxes.  God is so GOOD!  We were blessed to have 15 of the Hope Center girls to help us at our events. 

One of our stops will always hold a special memory for me.  We had pulled over at a school parking lot to eat sandwiches on the go.  Several kids came down when they recognized us.  Jill from Farmers Feed Mill made us her famous chicken salad.  The look in the kids eyes told us a heart wrenching story.  I ask them are you hungry?  They said, "Yes, we haven't ate anything."  I fixed all of them one sandwich and then ask do you want another.  "Yes, they all answered we're still hungry."  

We had to fill their bellies before providing to any other need.


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