Two of the biggest concerns of Moses and Santos are so-called “child-headed households” and the overwhelming educational needs in the refugee camps.
At least in South Sudan my children could go to school.
I knew I needed to talk to Marc on the phone that same day. I enthusiastically pitched him the next 4 tours we had coming up, all the while hoping (and praying) he would pick Georgia.
What a trip to the local hardware store taught me about the patience and kindness that God shows me each day.
These ministry teammates are family to us.
Naimodu had the odds stacked against her during this terrible drought.
Ministry can truly happen anywhere, even on a bicycle in the middle of Iowa.