Solomon Shepherd, and a Mass Wedding in Massaralie Village by Erica Hale “I’m going to start calling you Solomon Shepherd,” I tell Pastor Sonnel as we eat breakfast around the farmhouse table in the village of Massaralie. “Because you have the wisdom of Solomon, and the heart of a shepherd.”  We’re eating eggs, plantains and…

by Haley Heisch, Director of Social Media At The Lulu Tree, we always see work to be done. We hear the dreams and goals of all our leaders and teams in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Uganda, and South Sudan, and our hearts grow with them as we watch the Lord provide. Along with our prayer partners,…

The Planting of the Lord: Training Up New Branches of The Lulu Tree By Jeanne Damoff A tree is a living thing. It can be trained to take a certain shape through careful, wise pruning, but its Creator makes it thrive. And He alone fully knows the plans He has — the height it will…

by Joanne Viola, treasurer of The Lulu Tree “Any religion that professes to be concerned with the souls of men and is not concerned with the slums that damn them, the economic conditions that strangle them, and the social conditions that cripple them, is a dry-as-dust religion.” – Martin Luther King Jr. I read this…

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 Erica Hale, VP of The Lulu Tree He weeps as he speaks of the struggles his people face, and I can see the way he carries the weight of Sierra Leone on his broad shoulders—the way his heart breaks open a little wider every day, making room for the flock he shepherds there. The…

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