About Aniah's Window


Hello beloved....welcome to my page.
A little about Aniah's Window:


My husband and I started Aniah's Window in hopes to be more generous towards issues that are on the heart of God. Orphans. Rescuing and helping the sexually exploited. We have decided that we must do something. So we used our creativity and craft to bring solutions to these issues. A portion of our profits goes towards some wonderful organizations. (Link to come)

Aniah's Window started with a window I found in the alley. Overlooked, tossed out, considered garbage and unless. I saw potential in the window picked it up and took it home.

I cleaned it up, sanded it down, painted it and stenciled the words I am my beloveds and He is mine and hung it on my wall as a beautiful display.


That window represents what God did in my life years ago. I was tossed out, overlooked, damaged goods sitting in the alley of despair and sin. God saw me and saw past my brokenness and saw what I could be. He picked me up from that alley of my pain and cleaned me up with His love and forgiveness. He sanded me down by molding my character(an ongoing sanding). Teaching me to love and be loved. He painted me by beautifying me with His redeeming love. He etched in my heart His words over me "Beloved". Then He puts me on displays for all to see, as if to put on display for a watching world to see that Christ offers hope.



In the same manner, I believe the organizations I support do the same. They take the often overlooked people, broken by society, circumstances, pain and hurt as see redemption. These organizations work to help restore them and give them dignity and honor all so that the world can see the hope found in Jesus.

Defend the weak and the fatherless; uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed. Psalms 82:3

Pure and undefiled religion is this to care for the orphan and widows in their affliction. James 1:27

Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless and plead the widow's cause. Isaiah 1:17

The window that started it all!























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