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Month: May 2018

Eager for God – On Mission in Rwanda

Eager for God – On Mission in Rwanda

If I heard it once, I must have heard it 50 times while in Africa, “Will you pray for me?” I heard if from people I met at church, at the girls school, teachers, pastors and strangers. People asking for prayer for their health, family […]

Spiritual Hunger – On Mission in Rwanda

Spiritual Hunger – On Mission in Rwanda

I am not a missions girl.  In fact, at the risk of having you think me un-godly, I will confess to you that “Missions Sunday” is my least favorite Sunday of the year. If you haven’t been to one, allow me to describe it for […]

Who is the widow? Caring for Vulnerable Women

Who is the widow? Caring for Vulnerable Women

(Inside: Expanding our definition of the “widow” and helping vulnerable women) Who is the Widow? Soothing music filled the gently lit room. The comforting scent of aroma therapy candles enveloped me as the gifted hands of the massage therapist worked the knots out of my […]

A Foster to Adopt Story (And How They Need You)

A Foster to Adopt Story (And How They Need You)

(Inside: How you can help take care of the orphans through adoption, foster care or in a different way. Read ideas from a touching story.)   Jenny felt like God had something big in store for her.   Her negative self-talk questioned: Who am I […]

Gimme Shelter: Reaching Out to the Homeless

Gimme Shelter: Reaching Out to the Homeless

(Inside: How to help the homeless and under-housed.) “Foxes have dens to live in, and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place even to lay his head.” Matthew 8:20 Jesus knew what it was like to have no place to lay […]

Heartbroken for the Hungry

Heartbroken for the Hungry

(Inside: Helping the hungry in our world) Who does your heart break for? We sat out in a field, away from the city, away from the village homes.  Banana trees were across the dirt road standing tall and full. A small tent had been set […]


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