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The Aroma of Christ

We brought Uganda home on our feet. We’ve rinsed and scrubbed, yet our shoes still wear the orange-red soil that daily crept in between our toes as we served as missionaries. 514 more words

Serving Others

Gifted Hands

This year, some very beautiful hands joined together to do some pretty serious pebble throwing.

Wrinkled, 70-year-old hands.

Smooth, 11-year-old hands.

Skilled hands and just-learning-to-sew hands. 447 more words

Serving Others

Ripples of Salvation

Welcome! I’m so glad you’ve found Pebble Throwers, where you’ll meet everyday people whose small acts of love ripple into extraordinary things. Pebble Throwers vary in age and are often unaware that they are throwing pebbles. 475 more words

Serving Others

orphanage of Nalerigu: a person's a person no matter how small, Dr. Seuss

“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war,

we shall have to begin with the children” 611 more words

Homeschooling And Travelling

A Spring Update

During 2014 Esibusisweni Orphanage and Creche has continued to work towards achieving their various initiatives which are all centered on improving the environment, facilities and general well-being of the children. 70 more words

Shortlisted stories announced today

We are close to announcing the winner of Umoja Writing Competition 2014. Thank you to all entries for your participation. We hope you decide to enter again next year and pass the information on to all your writing friends. 210 more words


White Teen Missionary Accused Of Raping Kids In African Orphanage

19-year-old Matthew Durham is facing possible life in prison after authorities say he admitted to raping several young girls, forcing some boys to perform oral sex on him and even making other kids watch while on an African mission trip. 302 more words