Grab a pen and some paper, and write down all of the items you can buy with just $1.
Not very long, is it? You can buy a soda, a candy bar, something off of the dollar menu at a fast food restaurant, or something at the dollar store. These days, you can’t even buy a cup of coffee for just one dollar!
Consider this: you can save 100 lives with less than $1 a day. That certainly seems a lot more valuable than a can of soda, doesn’t it?
Less than $1 a day (just $28 a month) pledged over three years will impact 100 lives in Africa, and help to eliminate deaths caused by malaria.
Prayerfully consider today if you can impact 100 lives. If you decide to make this commitment, go to http://www.ImagineNoMalaria.org to make your pledge (or another gift).
Second, every time you spend one dollar today (or two dollars, or three…) stop and pray for a child in Africa. Pray for their health and pray that they are safe from malaria today.
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