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Is it suppose to be this hard?

My family is a fostering family.  It’s something that I always thought about doing as an individual, but I never thought my husband would ever want to do something like this. 1,024 more words

My Orphan Grandmother

95 years ago this week, my grandmother and her twin sister were born under mysterious circumstances in Kansas City, Missouri. Immediately after their births, they were placed in an orphanage. 618 more words

Lacanfora

Lying in the Night

Linda was an orphan. The priest at the local parish scared her. She couldn’t explain. There was no rhyme or reason. He wanted to talk to her about Jesus. 1,112 more words

Short Fiction

Praying for Ministries in Western Kenya

Please join me in praying for Pastor Davis Juma and his ministries in Western Kenya.

Pastor Juma pastors a Baptist church in Western Kenya and heads the Davis Juma Foundation… 236 more words

Prayer

Event: "The Gratitude Project" by the Beauty of Now Initiative

They say the best things in life are free. Just in case you need me to reiterate a few of these things…here you go: a smile, oxygen, a hug, a kiss, laughter, being grateful and a whole bunch of things that won’t cost a dime. 676 more words

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Some Light, Some Heavy

While in Malawi (a small country in Africa) at an Orphanage for three weeks, I kept a blog. A little background, the Orphanage houses 99 boys and girls providing for them along with giving them the opportunity to have the best education in Africa. 867 more words

Jesus Christ

In Life's Mirror #poetry #uganda #photography

In the mirror of a water bucket I see:

A blur of color

children with bright hearts

flames cannot douse courage

little girls pump, pump, pump… 87 more words

Poetry