How to Care for the Jajjas By Mommy Emily   “The widow who is really in need and left all alone puts her hope in God and continues night and day to pray and to ask God for help…” ~ 1 Timothy 5:5   We almost miss her, a whisper of a silhouette leaning against…

Hope in a Hospital Ward The ward is long and narrow with shafts of bright Ugandan sun falling on the beds of men and women stretched out in pain. It smells faintly of lye and unwashed skin. Outside under a mango tree are dozens of colorful woven grass mats where loved ones sleep as they…

His Daughters’ Dignity: Reusable Pad Outreach and the Girls of South Sudan Post by Erica Hale, V.P. of The Lulu Tree I have my keys in one hand and am reaching for the door when my daughter catches me. “Are you going to the store?” she asks. Before I can answer, she quietly adds, “I…

By Mommy Emily I’m doing dishes at the kitchen sink, autumn leaves skipping like giggling children across the yard. I’ve been home for five days now — having led a team of four (three board members and a social media director) to Sierra Leone, West Africa — and my three-year-old daughter’s making pretend alphabet soup…

By Mommy Emily   It’s Tuesday and sweat is trickling down the insides of my knees. We’re seated on wooden benches in Namagera Village, just five minutes from the School of Hope land. It’s a prayer clinic – our national team puts it on every month to train locals how to pray. There’s a slight…

By Mommy Emily I’m standing in the middle of Costco with a cart full of things we really don’t need surrounded by people pushing carts filled with things they really don’t need in a warehouse lined with shelves stacked with things we’re all convinced we can’t live without. In three days I’ll be standing on…

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