People regularly ask us why and how we chose to develop an organization for the widowed.  There has been a process in our lives that has led us to the formation of The Widows Project.


We purpose to not only create a safe community so that they can process widowhood but also provide services and products from the Kingdom Business Community that are intentionally committed to ethically and honestly provide their services.


Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.
James 1:27

Who We Are

It is my vision to uniquely serve the widow and widower with the love of Jesus.

The Widows Project will put a face on Widowhood, be an advocate for their issues and partner with their local church with focused, strategic strategies to find the widowed and reach out to comfort them.


Women Who Lose Their Husbands Each Year


Widows In The US. 

Benefit Concert

December 2, 2018

Our 2nd Annual Benefit Concert featuring Breath of Aire, was a big success, featuring the 80 voice Pacific Northwest choir.  We hope you had a chance to attend.  We hope you make our benefit concert part of your Christmas traditions.  We especially invite the widowed and their family and loved ones.  Please take a moment to preview information regarding the event.

Donate Today

Every little bit counts.  We use your donations to further help widows and widowers through difficult times.  You can rest assured that your money is going to a good cause that is in line with what we’re taught from The Bible.  Make a difference today!

Considering Grief 1

Considering Grief and Loss (Part 1 of 2)

Considering Grief and Loss (Part 1 of 2) By Rick McGregor, MA, LMHC Coping with the loss of a close friend or family member may be one of the hardest challenges that many of you will face.  When you lose a spouse, parent, sibling or child your grief can be devastating. 

Considering Grief 2

Considering Grief and Loss (Part 2 of 2)

Considering Grief and Loss (Part 2 of 2) By Rick McGregor, MA, LMHC When someone close to us dies, grief grabs us by the throat and shatters our world into a million pieces.  Some days it numbs us to the bone, while other days it pierces our hearts.