The House of Diamonds Student Center in El Guanabano, Honduras, serves people whose livelihood is found in garbage. But that doesn’t mean they’re garbage themselves.
I met Bill in November and we started dating almost right away. I was 38 and Bill was just a few years older.
Growing up, my husband and I were never exactly the first ones picked to be on the kickball team. We weren’t second or third either.
The focus of our ministry is to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. Partnering with the local church allows this to come alive and become tangible — become so much more than a tagline.
Recently, our China p
As part of Trickle Up’s Stronger Voices, Sustainable Livelihoods project, Trickle Up participants in Mali annually celebrate the UN-sponsored International Day for People with Disabilities. Click the picture to see more!
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping… it’s the greenest Monday around: