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  • Sole Survivor, Sole Savior

    Perhaps you’ve heard of the recent news about an airplane crash near Chanute, Kansas, that claimed the lives of four young adults and spared the life of one. Hannah Luce of Garden Valley, Texas, was the sole survivor. She is the daughter of Ron Luce, …

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  • A Mother’s Day Gift that Keeps on Giving

    With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, I typed an email to our Zambian staff asking how we could best serve our Mamas at Every Orphan’s Hope. We have so many supporters that not only have a heart for the orphan but also have a love for …

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  • Calling All Campers

    As we pulled into Chongwe, a large crowd of village children gathered around waiting to participate in Camp Hope. Each child wore their Sunday best and were eager to be a part of Camp Hope. Every child lined up to be registered and had breakfast …

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  • More than Enough

    While attending a familiar church service, I was a bit surprised when in the midst of the Sunday morning routine my heart whispered, “I want more!” I had experienced the “more” my heart was craving, but it was 8,000 miles away in a dusty building …

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  • A Mama’s Love is Like No Other

    To say I was excited to visit Zambia this last February, would be a huge understatement. I love Africa. I love the little babies, the people, the sights, the smells, the adventure — and I couldn’t wait to visit Zambia for the first time. I …

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  • Looking Back…and Sponsoring On!

    How easily we can recall a story that’s so close to our hearts, even if it happened years ago in a country that is 8,000 miles away. Meet some of our very first sponsors: Jonathan and Jennifer Jenkins. In 2003, the young couple from Bluemont, Virginia, embarked …

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  • Stretched and Surrendering

    Going a mile a minute is not the most ideal situation. I think the faster I move the less I am being moved. Sure, I am getting more done, but efficiency becomes my motivation. I’m constantly looking ahead at the next project, house chore or …

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  • On Holy Ground

    During my visit to Zambia, I stayed at My Father’s House Orphan Homes in Chongwe. We played soccer; chased each other around in the Zambian version of Duck, Duck, Goose; learned hand games; and drew silly pictures in the dirt. What I didn’t expect, was …

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