Ministry Newsletter

The Mordecai Project / Blessings as 2020 Ends!

Dear Friends of the Mordecai Project:

I don’t know when you put your Christmas decorations away, but our tree is still up! We are savoring every moment of Christmas joy, and we want it to last as long as possible after enduring such a crazy year!

This is just a short, simple note to tell you how much Deborah and I appreciate you. The Mordecai Project is making an impact around the world because of faithful supporters like you who love us, pray for us and give when possible. Thank you so much for standing with us and helping us shine the light of Jesus around the world, especially to women and girls who suffer from abuse and oppression.

One of my favorite parts of Christmas actually happens in January when we celebrate the coming of the wise men to Bethlehem. The wise men not only worshiped the infant Jesus but they gave Him gifts. And that is why we have the tradition of gift giving at Christmas. 2020 has been a very difficult year for all of us, yet I have watched as God’s people have been overwhelmingly generous in this time of pandemic. Because of those gifts, we have been able to feed, train and support needy people in Pakistan, India, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria, Kenya, and Guatemala. We even finished building a girls’ dormitory in Kenya!

Just a few days ago we hosted a special event in Pakistan to bless a group of 50 needy women and their families. We not only gave them gigantic parcels of groceries, but we purchased a new outfit for each woman as well as toys and clothing for their children. And we learned that it was the first time these kids had every tasted chocolate! Because of your generosity many people in Pakistan are praising God for His faithful provision this Christmas.

And not only are we feeding and caring for these women—and giving them job skills—but we have been discipling them. They are learning to love God’s Word and live out their faith in a challenging culture where Christians suffer discrimination and persecution.

We have so much more to accomplish in 2021, and we need your prayers and support more than ever. Please pray with us for God’s miraculous provision in this coming year. Also, if you want to give a year-end gift towards any of our projects in 11 countries, you can get 2020 tax credit if you give by December 31. If you prefer to mail a check, just date the check by December 31 and it will still be deductible on your 2020 tax returns.

To give online just hit the “Donate” button below and follow the prompts. To give by check, mail it to The Mordecai Project, P.O. Box 2781, LaGrange, GA 30241.

(In addition, if you want to give a large year-end gift, please email me at so we can discuss this. Because PayPal takes a percentage of the donation as a service fee, it’s better to arrange a bank transfer or write a check than to send the money online. We would prefer not to lose even three percent of the donation.)

We hope you had the best Christmas holiday, and that you will have an amazing 2021. We love you so much, and we hope to see you in this coming year.

Lee and Deborah Grady

The Mordecai Project
P.O. Box 2781
LaGrange, GA 30241


The Mordecai Project is a Christian ministry devoted to empowering women, confronting abuse and transforming nations through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.



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