Grateful for You

Friends,

Tomorrow we will all gather with our families and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, a longtime American tradition that started informally with the Pilgrims in our very own Commonwealth of Massachusetts and became official when President Lincoln created the national holiday.

MFI has a lot to be grateful for this year, but nothing more than the support and prayers of people like you. It is not easy standing for traditional family values in a state such as ours is today, but with your faithful support—with your time, your treasure and your prayers—we have won some battles, changed numerous hearts and, with God’s grace, made a difference.

My wife Lura and I have precious Thanksgiving traditions from our parents that now extend to our children and grandchildren, but above all, we never forget why and to Whom we give thanks.

Lura and I wish you a very blessed and happy Thanksgiving.

Soli Deo Gloria!

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