Posts Categorized: children

(Video) How God is making a difference in Nicaraguan schoolchildren

Nicaragua is a country clenched in the iron fist of poverty. According to the CIA World Factbook, more than 40 percent of the population lives below the poverty line – with 14 percent living in extreme poverty (generally defined as less than $1.25 per day). One of the big reasons for this is lack of… Read more »

Life on the Home Front

I have been spending time with my newest grandchild, a granddaughter named Ashley Morgan.  Ashley was born the day before my birthday; I guess she wanted her own special day!  She joins three older siblings, so I have been spending extra time with them, as well.  Jacob is almost 11, Elise is a bouncy 6… Read more »

Blessed to Be a Blessing

A co-worker, Penny, resolutely states that we are blessed to be a blessing.  I couldn’t agree more.  I used to wonder why I was born into the family I was in, instead of a remote, far-off place.  Why I lived a cushy U.S. middle class life.  Sure, I’ve had my fair share of struggles.  As… Read more »