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…

The Long Winding Roads of Africa (Emily’s trip part 2) by Mommy Emily   It hits me at random times, this living with my heart in two worlds. It hits me as the plane slices through grey clouds touching down in Canada, and all I see is the white of snow like one long lonely…

by Mommy Emily Dearest Prayer Warriors and Partners with The Lulu Tree… How can I thank you for standing in the gap? For holding up my hands as I held the hands of our brothers and sisters? For carrying my children in your prayers as I carried other mothers’ babies in my arms? It will…

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…

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…

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