June 2023 Reflection

June Reflection

Hey y'all! It's Mia! This month I have been a camp counselor at Camp-Ch-Yo-Ca! It has been the sweetest month getting to connect with campers of all ages and pointing them to the love of Christ! This month I also went to Dallas to prepare for a minor surgery, but instead I was told I needed nother big jaw surgery! So during this time I am just going to trust in God and know that eveything happens for His reasons! I hope you all are having an amazing summer! Love you all! 

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Mia and her parents are the movie premier of "The Blind"! Make sure you buy your tickets for the move coming out in September! This movie was so life-changing! 
!!! New Recipe for the month !!! 
We are doing a new recipe each month to help children who are undergoing those tough surgeries! Whether you are on a liquid diet, a soft food diet, or just someone who is always down to try new foods, these recipes are for you!
Melt In Your Mouth Biscuits! 
4 cups biscuit mix (I use Pioneer), plus more for rolling
2 cups sour cream
1 partial cup 7Up or Sprite (about 1/4 cup)
1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) butter 
Heat the oven to 375°F.
In a large bowl, mix together the biscuit mix and the sour cream with a pastry blender. Add 7Up a little at a time and mix with a fork until the dough forms a ball. (You will not need the whole can. Don't overdo the liquid.)
Sprinkle about ½ cup of biscuit mix on the counter to roll the dough in. Turn the dough out onto the biscuit mix on the counter. The dough will be wet, so pat on a little more biscuit mix as needed. With a rolling pin, roll the dough to ½ inch thick.
Melt the butter in the skillets or baking pan.
Using a round biscuit cutter, cut out the biscuits. (A small drinking glass will also do.) Dip the cutter in biscuit mix first for easier cutting.
Dip both sides of each biscuit in the melted butter and place the biscuits close together in the pan.
Bake for 20 minutes, or until golden brown.

Mia just finished her freshmen year in college. She was born with bilateral cleft lip and palate and has had 15 surgeries. She now runs the annual Mia Moo FunDay and also speaks to groups of people encouraging them with her story of physical and emotional struggles. Watching how she has dealt with all of this in her life is a testament to the Godly women she has become. She is an inspiration to so many. We couldn't be more proud of Mia.

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June Monthly Reflection

1 family helped with financial assistance in June
157 families helped with financial assistance to date
$653,000.00 in financial assistance awarded

$3,000 donated in JUNE
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