WIDOWS PROJECT

115 MILLION WIDOWS 

LIVE IN ABJECT POVERTY

MAKE HER WORLD BETTER
HOST AN INFORMATION SESSION

We have the honor and privilege of traveling around the world and meeting so many amazing and wonderful friends. Once they hear about what the Lord is doing with the Widow's Project in Nicaragua they often ask, "So, how can we help?" 

Have you ever considered that you have friends that are like minded? They know you and love you for who you are and the things you believe in. That's what often makes our friendships so relevant. These are the ones that like to hear what you believe in and learn how they can take part. 

Friendships are vital to our lives. They give us hope and create encouragement as we walk out all we have before us. We have found that it's these same friends who like to know about your heart for widow's and for the Widow's Project Nicaragua. 

Will you consider hosting an information session? It's easy, it's fun, very relational and it can provide the future home for a well deserving widow to have her home rebuilt. 

Contact Erin at erin@byroneasterling.com and let her know you'd like to host an information session. 

THANKS!

Byron

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Due to COVID19 our travels have been suspended. 
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Byron and Crystal are founders of Build His House (BHH), a non-profit 501.c3 focused on creating safe and securing housing for widows and single mothers. The Easterling’s serve on the boards of, and advise several international ministries including the anti-trafficking of women and children with Iris Cambodia and Hope Refuge.

Byron and Crystal have extensions of their work in many nations including Nicaragua. It is there that they helped to establish a farm program based from an insight he received in 2000 to help families break out of poverty and have a life sustaining income on a farm that they own.

BHH is a non profit 501.c3. Your gift help create safe and secure housing for widows and single mothers in Central America. Donations are tax deductible.