by Erica Hale It’s been just under a year since my feet last touched the deep red soil of Sierra Leone, since we walked through the villages and drove to see all the farmland being cultivated and visited the people across the deep waters of the Little Scarcies river, where there were no churches and…

A Smile as Long as the Nile (Heading to South Sudan’s Camps) By Mommy Emily “In Christ we who are many are one body, and each member belongs to one another…” Romans 12:4 As I write, a cool breeze carries the purr of a neighbor’s lawn mower, the smell of laundry on the line, and…

By Mommy Emily It’s dusk when the news hits my phone. The church we worked so hard to build for Pastor Santos last month in the South Sudan camps has been destroyed overnight — along with countless other churches and homes and businesses — by a vicious cyclone that went on to strike Mozambique, Malawi…

Post by Joanne Viola, treasurer of The Lulu Tree The photos come in on my phone of men and women – my brothers and sisters – in South Sudan. They labor so hard to construct churches, sanctuaries for the people to come and worship, and hear God’s Word. They are simple structures consisting of open…

Post by Jeanne Damoff, Lulu Tree Board Director I live in a comfortable home in a nice neighborhood in a big city in the United States of America. I drive a dependable car and shop at grocery stores that sell organic coffee beans and roasted sea-salt beet chips. I have two laptop computers and a…

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