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“God Makes Lemonade” is on Facebook!

Good news—now there’s another place we can share stories of hope and encouragement with each other: Facebook.

The next time you’re on Facebook, take a minute to stop by and say hello. Just search for “God Makes Lemonade.” You can post a story, interact with the Lemonade community, and read the latest updates. We all need some inspiration—even when we’re on Facebook!

And if you don’t use Facebook, that’s fine…we’ll still be here. See you soon.

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One Response to “God Makes Lemonade” is on Facebook!

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