From Temporary to Sustainable

By the founder of The Lulu Tree   There’s a soldier who sings from the hilltops of Sierra Leone. He sings low African hymns, this warrior of land and sky, as he marches across the soil which feeds his people. He fights on his knees at 4:30 every morning and he fights with his heart…

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A post by the founder of The Lulu Tree We never wanted to be a “white savior.” We never wanted to be a savior at all. That’s a role set apart for Jesus alone. We only ever wanted to love. But it’s harder than it sounds—loving, versus fixing. We so often want to “fix” our…

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Post by the The Lulu Tree founder after her recent trip to Uganda. God rained down the day we dedicated the well in Namagera village. Sheets of water from heaven — “It’s good for the maize,” Esther told me, the village fields covered in tousled heads of green; corn to fill bellies and to sell…

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The Bethel Home In Sierra Leone, work on the Bethel Home continues as Pastor Sonnel and his team work hard to get the home ready for orphans and expectant mothers. The plumbing has been put in, and bathrooms are taking shape. Details inside are continuing to come together! While the empty rooms and halls now echo…

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January was a busy month in Uganda! We are so excited to share about the Thanksgiving Outreach, which happened Monday and Tuesday of this week. Our Lulu team in Uganda organized the event, and people brought items from their gardens to donate as thanksgiving offerings to the Lord. They praised him for His provision and…

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December is a time of feasting. It’s a season of pulling out time-honored traditions and bringing them to the table to set before friends and family as an offering of love. We share the banquet, break bread together, and nourish ourselves as much with fellowship as with food. What is it about sharing a meal…

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