November 2015 Update

November 2015 Update

A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones. - Proverbs 17:22

Terrah is one the poorest amongst Community Hope’s children. From infancy she lived in chaos and parental neglect. A few months ago our son, Christian, and a team of visiting Canadian doctors and cardiologists tested every child at school for rheumatic heart disease caused by untreated Strep infections.

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From my Heart

From My Heart

Nodesha, Indepensia, Kayla and their friends all run to my office at recess. These grade five girls with their soft smiles are infectious. Some days they help me sort papers and carry books, all the while telling me about their families. Many of their families are shockingly poor. Education is their escape from poverty. Suama, our grade 5 home room teacher has a vision for her charges.

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Teacher Training

Teacher Training

“The more thoroughly a nation deals with its history, the more decidedly will it recognize and own an over-ruling Providence therein, and the more religious a nation will it become; while the more superficially it deals with its history, seeing only secondary causes and human agencies, the more irreligious will it be.” (Rev. J. W. Foljambe, January, 5, I876)

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