Hey friends, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all. It has been an incredible year, even in the midst of a global pandemic. We wanted to give you an idea of what we, Steps of Justice do as a non profit. Steps of Justice was founded on the belief that there is always something we can do in response to injustice, like poverty, homelessness and teen suicide to name a few.  We started by making awareness of some of these injustices, and then providing ways that regular people, like you and me, can bring change. 

One of the ways we do this is through trips. Phil has been taking teams over to Cambodia for the past 12 years, working alongside local Cambodians serving low income communities. We have been a part of house builds for the poor, water well projects and lots and lots of kids programs, talking about Jesus, sanitation and healthcare. We do this alongside local Cambodians, who are heavily invested in serving these communities. This year, through giving Tuesday, we were able to provide money for a Christmas party for the kids in one of the communities we work in, photo below. We will be taking a team back to Cambodia this June, you are welcome to join if you have interest. We will be working with local non profits, serving low income communities. Info is on our web site, www.stepsofjustice.org/go

Another thing we are a part of is serving the refugee community in San Diego, specifically the Syrian and Afghan communities. The injustice towards these communities from their own people is devastating, and many of them have come to the USA, specifically San Diego. Each year we have thrown a Christmas party for the refugee community, getting presents to all the kids, and gift cards for groceries to the moms and dads. This year, thanks to generous people like you, we were able to purchase gifts for Afghan kids for Christmas who have had to flee their country over the past months due to Taliban takeover. We do this to show Gods love to them, no strings attached. 

Finally, the kids and teens program. We are so honored to be able to serve teens and kiddos in Kalispell and Bigfork through this program. Some parents have asked how we have so much patience with all the kids that are coming. Well, in short, we feel invested in this program, and we see the value of it in the lives of kids, not just in the physical, but also in the emotional and mental. We see kids becoming strong leaders in the community, as they continue to grow in discipline, perseverance and the love of hard work. We see what will be, not just what is currently happening. This, and the fact that all of the kids coming are remarkable, which makes this program a success. 

Thank you for your investment in all of this, we pray you feel ownership in it. Your donations and prayers for us make all the above things possible, and your generosity goes far beyond what we can see with our own eyes. We pray you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 

Merry Christmas,

Phil, Amy and the Steps of Justice Team. 

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