Tuesday, December 3, 2013

See Beautiful Family of Givers

Meet the Muller Family!
We're spicing things up in an awesome way here at See Beautiful. We've selected an amazing "See Beautiful Family" to support and YOU can be a part! Here's the deal: 1) The Muller Family Mom, April, (read about their awesomeness below) is heading on a mission trip. 2) We want to support her and help alleviate the financial burden.

Here's how YOU can be a part of support her travel: 
      1) Buy a See Beautiful bracelet;
     2) IMPORTANT: During the check out process write "For the Muller Family"
     3) You'll receive a See Beautiful bracelet that we'll personally stamp "Zambia" in the cuff of. It's a wonderful reminder that there is so much beautiful in the Zambia and adoption. It can also serve as a perfect reminder for us all to see beautiful, knowing you helped support a beautiful act of selfless giving.

WHAT WE DO: We'll donate $10 out of every $15 bracelet sale to the Muller Family to help fund April's mission trip! Whew-whoo!

So, if you’re willing to spend a few dollars to help the Muller Family see beautiful (and receive a beautiful reminder of your giving too), please visit our PRODUCTS page and remember to tell them you bought a bracelet for the “MULLER FAMILY” in the “special instructions” section at check out.

Thank you all for supporting the Muller Family!
April Muller. Photo used with permission.
By April Muller:

"But if a person has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need and that person doesn't care-how can the love of God remain in him? Little children, let's not love with words or speech but with action and truth." 1 John 3:17-18

See beautiful means loving each other in a real and tangible way and setting that example for my children to follow.

My friend is living in Ndola, Zambia at an orphanage for the next few months in order to complete the adoption process for her daughter. She has invited friends to come stay with her while she is there. I jumped at the opportunity before I knew much about it. All I knew was that I would be staying at the orphanage and helping wherever there was need.

Since that moment of being invited to go and answering with an enthusiastic "yes" I have found more reasons to go, more confirmation that I should go. But the reasons that stand out the most are that we are called to love our neighbors and care for orphans and I want this to be an example for my children. It's never enough to just tell our children how they ought to live and its always enough to live it and encourage them to follow in those footsteps.


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