Brothers!

Brothers!

Two little boys with similar and tragic stories – they were each found abandoned on the ground, probably by desperate birth mothers who couldn’t care for them.  Both were extremely weak when someone found them.  Both were in dire need of medical care, good formula and...

Empty Classrooms | Practical Help

Empty Classrooms | Practical Help

Throughout our world, classrooms once full of children’s voices, sit silent.  Our Christian compound in rural Ethiopia no longer holds church services and the school is empty until Fall.  We fervently hope and pray that this quarantine won’t be necessary for long.  It...

Adoption: Worth the Struggle?

Adoption: Worth the Struggle?

Many couples without biological children have chosen adoption as a way to build their families.  We had the pleasure of walking with Ty and Rachel through the arduous journey of adopting internationally. Their oldest daughter and middle son had their beginnings in one...

Answered Prayer

Answered Prayer

This little guy’s story began in heartbreak.  We suspect that his birthmother was HIV+ and, in desperation, abandoned him hoping someone could care for her son.  When he was found laying outside of a church, there was some medicine left next to him that is used to...

Much-Needed Good News!

Much-Needed Good News!

Perhaps especially in these days of grim news, it is absolutely uplifting to our spirits when we hear a story like Chala’s. His began with abandonment.  A guard at a grain mill was walking his route and heard the cries of a tiny baby.  Surprised, he found a baby boy...

Pray for Missionaries

Pray for Missionaries

Evangelism in hard places One of the things we do when we meet with our indigenous missionaries serving in hard places is ask them how best to intercede for them.  They do not ask for the church to be safe and for persecution to cease. Their heart is that the gospel...

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