Prayer Letter




Hey guys,

I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I’ve graduated college. I guess it’s time to grow up. God has worked greatly in my life since then. He has really given me a heart for the children and the people of this world. God has specifically put on my heart the children of Africa. It is a continent that has been severely affected by the AIDS epidemic. Every 15 seconds, another child becomes an AIDS orphan in Africa. South Africa has 1,400,000 orphans alone due to AIDS. This is the highest number of orphans due to AIDS for one country in the whole world. These numbers have faces. In James 1:27 it reads, “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress.”

The last week of February, I will be hopping on a plane headed to Midrand, South Africa, which is just outside Johannesburg. I will be working at Botshabelo, an orphan home for kids 9 months to 5 years old. I will also be working in a local preschool in a community that has been affected by AIDS and poverty. I have committed one year to this orphan home but want to be in Africa for at least three years. I know God is going to do great things through me to reach those children who have been affected by the AIDS epidemic. Even though these kids don’t have any parents, I know God will use me to point them to their Heavenly Father.

I would like to ask you to consider praying about giving financially to help support me for my time in South Africa. Not only will I need your financial support, but more important, I will need your support in prayer. I will be sending out email updates every so often, so please send your email address to

I am needing to raise $500 a month and $3,300 in one-time gifts. Would you consider supporting me monthly or through a one-time gift?

Please send your tax-deductible support to: Lifehouse Foursquare Church

1100 W. Covina Blvd,

San Dimas, CA 91773

Make checks payable to: Lifehouse Foursquare Church with my name in the memo line.

For the least of these,

Taylor Lyall



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