Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They are easier to ignore before you see their faces. But once you do, everything changes. - David Platt

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Education Campaign – Join Us! Posted Sep 05, 2017 By Amy

We are launching our 4th education fundraising campaign and we hope you’ll join us. We’re looking for 100 people to give $100 in 100 hours for

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Shane’s Kenya Reflections Posted Aug 30, 2017 By Amy

One thing God taught me was to be grateful in everything. EVERYTHING! While this seems like an obvious Sunday school lesson, let me elaborate. We

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Joyce’s Kenya Reflections Posted May 07, 2017 By Amy

In April, of 2017, I had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Kenya to experience “The Take Heart”  ministry.  It changed my life!  I was

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A Widow’s Story – from Delta Posted Jan 07, 2017 By Amy

In 2012,  I traveled to Kenya for the first time. One night while sleeping in an orphanage full of girls, I heard a gut wrenching

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Stella’s Kenya Reflections Posted Aug 05, 2016 By Amy

Hello (or should I say, Jambo!!!) my friends! I have officially been in the states for a good 3 days and boy have the past

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Fair Trade Reflections Posted Nov 01, 2015 By Amy

I’ve spent the past few months perfecting my sales pitch about porcupine quill bracelets, hand-dyed tapestries, and acacia wood talking sticks. These products filled the

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Take Heart at University of Florida Posted Oct 29, 2015 By Amy

We had the amazing opportunity to speak to a group of business majors at BUMP (Business undergraduate mentor ship program) at UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. We

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