Like many of you, we are heartbroken by the recent events in our country and deeply troubled by the unnecessary and tragic deaths of George Floyd and Amaud Arbery. We grieve with their families, loved ones and our communities. These painful occurrences impact all of us throughout the nation.
Divine Threads ardently stands firm against prejudice, racism, hate, and injustice. As a ministry devoted to serving Jesus, we strive to be inclusive in our service to women of different color, race, language, and religion.
We will continue to be intentional in our ministry toward the downtrodden, disadvantaged, and marginalized. Our largest aim is to bring God glory. For He came to save the world…to save all mankind. And all men and women are created in His image (Genesis 1:27), and we regard all lives as sacred.
In our efforts to style and serve the many different women who cross our paths, we hope to be united. To be voice to those who are often unheard and without voice. To speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.(Proverbs 31:8)
We, like many of you, feel unequivocal outrage to injustices and prejudice we still encounter in our country. We applaud you in your support for ministries such as Divine Threads as we seek to elevate our community together and bind unity within the body of Christ to serve others.
Please join us in praying for our nation as we seek reconciliation, understanding, and unity.
With hope in Christ,
The Divine Threads board-
Jenni Lenc (chair), Debbie Street, Jen Lim, Kathy Towne (founder), Robin Severson, Tanya Kimmer
“I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.” John 17:23