Do you know where Coreluv derived its name? CORE means the inmost or most intimate part of something. What is the inmost or most intimate part of God? We believe it’s His heart! In the very center of God’s heart lives a Luv so pure it not only encompasses us but it encompasses the millions of orphans around the world which in return envelop what true Luv and true religion was intended to be, Luv IN ACTION (James 1:27.) So why the different spelling? Often the word love is tossed around too casually. That is the reason we changed the spelling to L-U-V. It’s our way of communicating love isn’t just a cliche. It’s sacred, and God’s Luv is like none other!
Have you heard about our First Annual 14 Days of Luv Campaign? Join us now thru February 14th and give Luv to orphans around the world! Help us raise $14K and together, we can bring the Luv of Jesus to Orphans by providing the six basic needs of clean water, proper food, healthcare, education, job skills, and Christ-centered loving home.
The average person spends $150 on Valentine’s Day for their loved ones! Imagine what $150 can do for our children in Haiti, Honduras, and India! Will you give Luv this Valentine’s Day by giving on behalf of kids like Lovena and Mylove? By participating, you are giving to something that is at the center of God's heart. What a better way to spread Luv this Valentine’s and what a better way to say, “I love you!” than by raising funds and donating today.
There are several ways you can help us raise $14K! One way is to start a fundraiser from your Facebook page and share with your friends and family, inviting them to give LUV and donate on behalf of their loved ones on your Facebook fundraiser. Another way is to donate to our Give LUV page. For more information about our 14 Days of Luv Campaign and instructions on setting up a Facebook Fundraiser visit our Give LUV page. Any donation now thru 2/14 will receive our new 2018 Coreluv Calendar as our gift to you. Thank you for Giving LUV this Valentine’s!
Mike and Mandy Reiszner and
The Coreluv Team
To learn more about Coreluv’s six basic needs please visit Coreluv's Orphan Care Partnership Page.
Posted on Tue, February 6, 2018
by Jennifer Houghton filed under