I hadn’t planned to write another post this week, but this is different. What if you could change someone’s life by taking 5 minutes out of your day to send them a letter. Well, that is what I am asking you to do.
Noah is a 12 year old boy who had been bullied at school to the point where he planned to take his own life on February 8, his 13th birthday. This precious child doesn’t understand that he is important, loved, wanted, and an amazing son to one very loving mom. I have no idea what the bullies said or did, but I know it sent Noah to a very dark place where he doesn’t want to deal with it anymore.
Everyone remembers being 12. Don’t you remember the excitement of finally being a teenager? Something about turning 13 seemed so cool and awesome. Not to Noah. For him it means something completely different.
Noah is getting help right now. As he does, his mother is reaching out asking for everyone to send him a word of encouragement. A prayer. Something kind. It could be your letter that gets through to this young man and makes the light turn on in his world. You just never know. I do know that sometimes total strangers can tell us something a loved one has said over and over, and it clicks. I hope you will consider sending Noah a letter and letting him know he was wonderfully made, God has a plan for him and plans to prosper him. I want him to know that he is loved by many who have never met him or even need to meet him. It’s so easy to just close this browser and move on to another task, but what if you didn’t? What if you clicked on my link below and wrote a few words, or shared your story? What if your words made an impact? There is a button on this website that makes it easy for you to send Noah a letter. Please don’t be a spectator in this, but instead be a life changer. Please send Noah a letter.
Click below to read Noah’s story and find out how you can help! Even if a prayer is all you are ready to commit to. Prayer is more than enough. Thank you for doing so.
The blog below was started last night by one of Noah’s best friends. One life impacts many, for generations to come. Let that sink in.
Parenting.com shared his story yesterday, but they didn’t have the link I provided above where you could actually send a letter through the website.
Thank you for making a difference in someone’s life.