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LoveBig is moving!

Big changes are happening at loveBig closet!  God has blessed us abundantly and we outgrew our space and have expanded to a much bigger place across town!  Our new location is 101 HIlltop Dr. Lawrenceburg KY 40342.  We will be accepting larger items and we now have room for furniture!!  We are so excited to watch how God continually provides and guides us for this next adventure.  He has provided so many servant hearted people who have given so much of their time and talents to get this new store ready for our opening and we are so appreciative.  We at loveBig know that all glory goes to God and we are beyond excited to be a part.  Please join us for our opening in the new building with spring and summer clothes on Wednesday March 20th at 10:00am.  We also have an expanded home goods section and wait until you see our children’s area!!  loveBig also has new store hours and we will be open on Saturdays again starting March 23rd!

Tuesday 10:00-3:00
Wednesday 10:00-3:00
Thursday 10:00-6:00
Friday 10:00-3:00
Saturday 10:00-3:00
Donations are accepted anytime during store hours!  Please do not leave donations outside.
Our mission at loveBig is to serve the dear people in Haiti.  We fund two schools and two feeding programs in Haiti and all that we do here at loveBig closet is done so we can continue to support these programs.  As bad as things have always been in Haiti, the past three years the conditions have rapidly declined with recomendattions from the US government for US citizens to not travel to Haiti to removing all non essential personnel from the embassy and now the airport has been closed and the main cargo port is unable to receive vessels.  Gangs have taken over and it is a very desperate situation.  Many people don’t have access to food and water and often have to flee their homes out of fear for their safety. Please join us in prayer for the people of Haiti as the condition of the country worsens.
Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.  Hebrews 13:16

Meet Dieufanel and Miradieu

Meet two of the Haitians that LoveBig have supported since 2015. Dieufanel and Miradieu finally made their way into America in June and  we have loved every minute that they have been here so far. They are currently taking English classes and a job class and are working on obtaining their work visas. When asked what their favorite thing about being in America was, Miradieu answered “everything. I am thankful for my family that God gave me here in the U.S. everyday”. Dieufanel answered “I feel happy, I feel safe. I’m happy for my family in the U.S. I want to work to send money to my family in Haiti”

loveBig Co-Founder, Angela Logdon Baker, Publishes Her Story

by: Jared Baker

Around this time last year, Angela talked with me about something she was considering. She’s had a lot of adversity thrown at her in her adult life. Circumstances that by themselves would shake any Christian’s faith. But because of her faith she came through each of them stronger. She told me she was thinking about writing a book about her experiences, with the hope being that it could help someone dealing with a tragedy and struggling in their faith. So through last spring and summer, she wrote, rewrote, and ended up with what I thought was an excellent book about her trials, struggling with, and ultimately strengthening her faith. Unfortunately, before it could be printed, there was another chapter that needed to be written. If you or someone you know is going through extremely difficult times, or if you’re just interested in seeing how one person can have so many hard things come their way and get through them stronger than before, please read this book. All proceeds from its sale go to the loveBig organization that feeds and educates children in Haiti. I know I’m biased, but it’s a very good read. Angela, I’m so very proud of you. You’re pretty amazing.

Click here to purchase this book:




loveBig Closet

loveBig celebrates Grand Opening by: Katie Powel

This isn’t just any second-hand store. The loveBig Closet at 700 West Broadway street in Lawrenceburg, KY officially opened on Saturday, but unlike most stores, they do not make a profit. The loveBig Closet is part of the nonprofit ministry, loveBig, and was started as a way to raise support for their mission work in Haiti. “Just trying to make a difference,” said Melody Bird, one of the staff member at loveBig Closet.

Their shop is a cute, little place that sells gently used clothing at steal prices. The shop is neat and clean and offers a good selection includes men’s, women’s and children’s clothing as well as shoes, purses and accessories. If you want a deal, this is the place to get it; women’s jeans are a steal at $2 a pair, and coats are $4. All clothing sold at the loveBig Closet is donated, and they only take gently used items. The place is reminiscent of a small-town boutique but with amazing prices and an important cause, it is hard to beat.

The proceeds from the store go to support the mission’s two schools and two feeding center in Haiti. They hope to empower families to maintain their family units and to break the cycle of poverty. loveBig accomplishes this by providing food and education to the Haitian peopl, loveBig also partner with Christian Covenant Home Orphange to help support and educated the orpahns of Haiti. loveBig’s vision at the orphange is to help prepare these children for the hope of future jobs trade school or university.

loveBig is a faith-based organization, and as such their mission is to, “Evangelize. Educate. Empower. In Christ and through Christ.” Throughout their website and Facebook page, they emphasize the importance of loving God and loving your neighbor according to Matthew 22:37-39.

The mission, as a whole, began with the vision of two women, Angela Logdon and Tiffany Evans. They took their first mission trip to Haiti in 2015, and since then they felt that God was calling them to continue serving the Haitian people. After prayer and several return trips to Haiti, the women felt called to assist with Pastor Supreme’s feeding program in Mina, Haiti.

With the founding of loveBig, their hope was to provide funds and support for Pator Supreme’s feeding program as well as to support a school in Mina .The village of Mina, has approximately 150 children who do not have a consistent source of food. The feeding program seeks to provide that food for these children, and the school seeks to provide them with an education. There are approximately 260 children currently enrolled at the Mina school.

The ministry also supports a school in feeding center in Puerta Prince, Haiti, and there are currently around 60 children enrolled in that school.

For those interested in supporting this ministry, you can donate to the organization, buy clothing from the loveBig Closet, or donate clothing and accessories to be sold at the closet. Either way, you are helping to keep this ministry running, and you might just get a new outfit in the process.