Maps of Child Development Center Locations

Copies of maps that list the child development center numbers and give a rough approximation of where the centers are located in relation to one another.

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Feed My Lambs

We all know that on the night Jesus was arrested, Peter denied knowing Him, three times. But thankfully, Peter’s story does not end there. In John 21, following His resurrection, Jesus asked Peter, three times, “Do you love me?” And each time […]

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The Lowdown on Reciprocal Letter Writing

As with many aspects of our ministry, we have a set of standards for the letter-writing process. When I talk about “standards,” what I mean is certain expectations that we’ve given to every church partner. However, as with anything involving fallible humans, this does not guarantee it will always happen.

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God’s Army of One

It never ceases to amaze me how diverse the army of God is. I think in our adult minds, we all too often differentiate between “adult tasks” and “children’s tasks,” but God doesn’t think that way. His foot soldiers include people of all ages […]

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Do Not Show Partiality to the Poor

What God wants from us isn’t to become judgmental of the rich and syrupy sappy with the poor. What he wants is justice.

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World Malaria Day 2009: Count Malaria Out

The theme for World Malaria Day 2009 is “Count Malaria Out.” “This year’s World Malaria Day marks a critical moment in time. The international malaria community has merely two years to meet the 2010 targets of delivering […]

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Malaria Infections in Africa

This is the last of our malaria questions. Tomorrow morning we’ll publish the answer in the comment section of this post, and we’ll also include the answer in our World Malaria Day post. The answer to yesterday’s question 90 percent. Ninety […]

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Malaria Deaths in Africa

Tomorrow morning we’ll publish the answer in the comment section of this post AND right here, like this. The answer to yesterday’s question is 41 percent. Forty-one percent of the world’s people live in areas where malaria is transmitted, […]

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I Pray

As a stay-at-home mom of three girls, ages (almost) 6 and under, my To-Do lists are never ending. Yes, you read right — list(S). When I don’t get them done, which is quite frequently, I feel lazy, discouraged, and just plain ole’ not good enough. Thankfully, […]

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At Risk for Malaria

Tomorrow morning we’ll publish the answer in the comment section of this post AND right here, like this. The answer to yesterday’s question is true. Only the female Anopheles mosquito can transmit malaria. (Source: cdc.gov/malaria/faq.htm, […]

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