When Different is Merely Different and When it Isn’t by Jeanne Damoff, Secretary of The Lulu Tree NA Board   Our son, Luke, moved to Ivory Coast shortly after college graduation. He’d made a one-year commitment to serve with a mission agency as a health intern, and his primary assignment was to assist two single…

Hi friends. This is Mommy Emily. How are you doing? How can we be praying for you? I pray spring has reached you. The thawing of snow and the song of the birds have lifted my spirits. Remember — this is incubation. God is pressing in, the Spirit is hovering, new life is rising. Wait…

by Tricia Simmons, Director of the Lulu Storyteller Team When it’s time for me to create a social media post for The Lulu Tree, my training in marketing kicks in. I want the post to convey an encouraging message, move hearts, and kindle a desire to learn more about who we are and what we…

Glory to God! by Haley Simmons, Co-Director of the Storyteller Team “Glory to God!” Pastor Francis proclaims as he sends images of his garden to us. He and his family are using the lockdown to work in the garden, keeping children fruitful during this time at home by harvesting cassava roots and planting groundnut for…

By Haley Heisch, Co-Director of Social Media “In the midst of a very severe trial, their overflowing joy and their extreme poverty welled up in rich generosity. For I testify that they gave as much as they were able, and even beyond their ability. Entirely on their own, they urgently pleaded with us for the…

The Long Winding Roads of Africa – (Emily’s Trip, Part 5) By Mommy Emily Our days are spent under the leafy Tamarind tree, there in the church compound of Nimule, South Sudan. It’s a sanctuary of its own, this tree, providing refuge from the mango-colored tropical sun. Mothers spread woven blankets beneath its shade and…

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