Welcome Home Candle | Grace Flame

$ 32.00

DESCRIPTION

With arms wide open, welcoming you home, this refugee-poured candle offers an inviting aroma that is comforting, familiar, and safe! This complex scent begins with a whisper of bergamot that opens up to oakmoss and cooling camphor. Notes of cedar and patchouli wrapped in amber and benzoin ground this aromatic, earthy fragrance. Burn this candle in an office, living room, or in your entryway, making each space feel cozy and special! 

DETAILS

+ Hand poured in the USA by Syrian Refugees 
+ 100% soy wax
+ 18 oz 
+ Scent: Cedarwood Blanc
+ Notes:Bergamot, Camphor, Oakmoss, Cedar, Patchouli, Benzoin, and Amber
+ Comes with a card of chronological reading through the Bible. * This year we are taking a journey through the scriptures. Pick up your Bible and fill your heart with the living word of God whenever and wherever you are able. 

WHO THIS CANDLE IMPACTS 

CANDLE POURED BY MUNA 

Muna and her mother Nadja work side-by-side in their kitchen at home pouring candles to help pay their monthly rent and provide for their family of six. The shock of starting over in a new country, culture, and language has not diminished their gratitude. They were eager to work and provide for their family. When Muna, mother to 4-year-old Ameer, isn't pouring candles she is working long hours as a stocker at a nearby store. Her dream is to one day be reunited with her husband who was separated during the refugee resettlement process.

VESSEL MADE BY NOAH'S ARK 

After years of witnessing artisans struggling in India, Samuel Masih established Noah’s Ark International Exports in 1986 in an effort to raise the artisans out of poverty and preserve their livelihoods. Noah’s Ark has supported artisans and their families with fair wages, long-term business investment, and health and education initiatives for more than thirty years.

PACKAGING DONE BY UNDER OVER 

Most of the men working at Under Over Fellowship have similar stories to Mitchell's. He was in and out of jail since he was a teenager. During his last time in jail, he received Jesus into his heart. Due to Covid-19, he was granted early release. Mitchell didn't want to go back to his old ways, so he asked about a Christian-based rehabilitation program and learned about Under Over Fellowship, and asked to join the program where he has been for more than a month. One of the first realizations he has had while in the program is that his purpose is "to serve God." His leaders there pray that this new knowledge remains fresh in his mind and heart for the rest of his life.

PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS SUPPORTING RESCUED TEEN MOMS IN KENYA 

Founded in 2010, Mercy House Global started with a dream to rescue pregnant teen moms out of desperate situations in Nairobi, Kenya.

Today, Mercy House Global fully funds three maternity homes called Rehema House in Kenya. Rehema is the Swahili word for mercy.

Rehema House is an indigenous work, founded and led by local Kenyans, Maureen and Oliver Kaderi. It is a registered foundation in the country and currently owns two residences in an undisclosed location. It is funded by Fair Trade product sales, Fair Trade Friday subscription clubs, and generous families who believe in the mission of Mercy House Global.




 



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