So, so thankful–and speechless. I just wanted to thank all of you for praying for Shadrack! We were at a stand still on our fundraising thermometer for the last 24 hours right at $1500–and thanks to the Lord leading an anonymous donor to complete the fundraising need–$5000 has now been raised and TREATMENT FOR SHADRACK […]
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One of our Wiphan students recently had a tumor on his neck removed. Please pray for him. How thankful we are to have Stacey in Zambia to help care for these children on Wiphan’s behalf! (Please pray that the Lord will raise up families or singles to go in the months ahead as we really […]
I was fifteen (a month before my sixteenth birthday) when I was diagnosed with cancer. I cannot imagine receiving that diagnosis in Africa. I know my care would have been different. I don’t know if I would have survived.
We received this email from Stacy in Zambia: Henry Swanzi is out of surgery! Praise God! The doctor estimated 40 minutes for surgery but it ended up taking three hours because once they got in, they realized that the muscles were torn as well the break taking place through his growth plates. The doctor installed […]
Hi My name is Jenna, and I came across your site. It is wonderful what your family is doing.
Here is a new poem I wrote, it’s called it takes courage:
It was brought to my attention recently via our amazing Stacey Ernvall who is in Zambia serving Wiphan that there are two immediate needs concerning 2 most precious orphans at the school. Outside of our operating budget, we must raise funds for specific needs like these–so we want to ask those of you reading this […]
Finally downloaded the pics from last weekend! It’s so unlike me to let my camera stay packed up for a whole week isn’t it;)?! We had SO MUCH fun at the 5k/1k Wiphan Waddle last weekend. Here’s mommy with her littlest runners…(can you tell it was EARLY in the morning–I hadn’t had my coffee yet!) […]
🙂 🙂 Our night at the airport may have been a disaster but looking back, I have to say it was worth it! I’ll never forget how touched/blessed I was to see that family come together and welcome their little boy. I’ll also never bother with TripleA… haha.