Monday, December 23, 2013

Merry Christmas!

Christmas Blessings to you All!

  I want to thank you all for your support this past year! It has been a great year for Project Hope for the Children and we have so many things to be thankful for! Just a quick recap of the year:

   Alina has continued to work for our ministry and is such a valuable asset! She has had so many wonderful sponsors pay her salary and she wants everyone to know how grateful she is! She has persevered through physical ailments and the hardships of losing several of our babies to heaven this year so your support is so encouraging to her!

   Donations were generous this year and we were able to not only collaborate with our usual foundations in the hospital and buy our regular supplies, but we also purchased $2,000 worth of medicine and diapers for two additional foundations! My heart was so Blessed to be able to do this!

   The whole Cummings family traveled to Romania this year and it is so special for me to hear my four year olds talk about the babies in the hospital and how much help they need! "Train them up in the way they shall go and when they are old they shall not depart from it...."

   We have completed the renovations of our supply room in the Plugar's basement! Ali and I are so pleased with the finished result and so humbled by the willingness of people here and there to help us!

   This blog site is doing well and spreading the word about PHFTC and our Face Book page is gaining more followers. Still trying to tweak the new Mail Chimp updates. We have chosen four lovely individuals to start our Board next month and I can't wait to get started and see what Next Year brings! We have also been Blessed with people spreading the word about the Ministry and I have spoken at several new places this year. Keep up the good work!

Enjoy this Season and remember the God who blesses us so much!



Friday, December 6, 2013


Hello Everyone!

  Every now and again I run across an article or such that depicts what children have and do suffer. The one that I watched last night is one that needs to be shared! It is approximately 60 minutes and I do not expect you all to sit for that long; however, please follow the link at the bottom of the page and just watch for 5 or 10 minutes. Make sure you start at the beginning!

What you see is very graphic, but it is all to common. It is why I have this passion for Romani and for the children that we serve. It is why Project Hope for the Children is such a vital mission to these children that have no hope! What you will see are glimpses into what thousands of Romanian children have suffered and a small degree of things I have personally witnessed.

At this Christmas time, please remember how blessed we are and think how you can change someone else's life for the better!

In His Love,