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The Good Shepherd Society Helps Preserve the Christian Presence in the Holy Land

“Now may the God of peace, who through the blood of the eternal covenant brought back from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great Shepherd of the sheep.” Hebrews 13:20

He is risen! We joined Christians all around the world who celebrated the miracle of Easter --the everlasting promise of life after death through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Lenten season isn’t just a time of personal reflection and spiritual growth but for expressing gratitude for the blessings we have received through the grace and mercy of our Lord.

As we humbly give thanks for the gift of everlasting life born from the cross, we invite you to establish a legacy of gratitude and help to preserve Christianity at the birthplace of the religion.

Thanks to the caring contributions made by our supporters, we are able to nurture deserving Christian students and families and help them succeed in establishing stable homes in the Holy Land.

We invite you to view this video showcasing the importance of your support of FFHL’s mission and the lasting legacy you can leave for future generations.

To help further our mission and preserve the Living Stones, FFHL set up the Good Shepherd Society for donors who desire to keep contributing to our mission after God has welcomed them into the Kingdom of Heaven. Individuals who wish to leave a donation to FFHL in their estate will become members of the Good Shepherd Society and their impact will live on in the Holy Land.

The Good Shepherd Society is composed of forward-thinking donors who have made a significant commitment to aid our efforts of preserving the Living Stones in the birthplace of our Savior, Jesus Christ. By including FFHL in your estate plans, you are providing significant support for our educational, humanitarian and housing programs. Your gift means that we may continue providing life-giving resources to benefit our Christian brothers and sisters.

Discover creative and flexible ways to include FFHL in your estate planning here.

Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. – 1 Peter 4:10

If you would like to learn more about the Good Shepherd Society and making a planned gift, we are happy to answer any questions and provide expert guidance on the tax benefits and other provisions of making a planned gift. Contact us via email at info@ffhl.org or visit our new Good Shepherd Society website at https://ffhl.org/the-good-shepherd-society/.

As always, we are truly grateful for the support of the FFHL family.

 

GSS LEGACY MEMBERS

Dr. Joyce K.S. Babiak
Wanda Bears*
Helen Mary Bernard*
Carl Bieniewski*
Kaximierz Blachut*
Stanley Borowski*
Rev. Michael J Chonko*
The Doyle* Family Estate
John C. Druding*
Michael J. Eivers*
Candyce Tara Eoff*
Palma Farr*
Raphael Hellmann*
Marvin & Esther Jacobs Charitable Remainder Trust
Anna J. Kunke*
Margaret McElroy*
Edmund Morelle*
Richard J. Noel*
Rosemary L. Phelps*
Denise Marie Scalzo
Clotilda Smith*
Marguerite B. Stein*
The Carmel J. Vitale* Living Trust
Charles P. Weber*
Mary Ryan and John H. Wilson II Fund at North Texas Community Foundation
Karinne Pevarnik Wolf*
Theresa R. Zawislak*

*marked as deceased