On the Issue of Culture by Erica Hale, VP of The Lulu Tree Sometimes I feel like I live in two worlds, with one foot in North America and the other in Africa, and there are days when the stretch and pull of it make me feel like my heart might rip in two. I…

Distributors Not Manufacturers by Joanne Viola, Treasurer “Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks to God, and distributed them to the people.” (John 6:11, NLT) He climbed up the hill and sat down with His disciples. No matter where He went, a crowd followed Him. They wanted to see His next miracle. That day was…

Robins, Finances, and Lessons on Waiting   It was a beautiful morning with the sun brightly shining, the trees budding, and the robins busily hopping about on the front lawn. I watched as a robin carefully took teeny pieces of twigs and flew away. A few minutes later, she returned for another piece of twig,…

A Tree Planted in Liberia By Emily Wierenga   Through Dreams & Visions “This connection, I want it to remain until Christ comes…” The soft, kind voice on the other end of the audio message is a new one, the voice of a man I’ve never met. It’s the voice of Pastor David Zawu, a…

The Lulu Tree has been working in Africa for over two and a half years now, and in that time we have seen God do amazing things! As we grow and come to understand the complex needs of those we serve, the Lord has been leading us to sharpen and define our vision to better…

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