Tag Archive: Rohingya

Little Bird

Today I want to share with you a story I just received from one of our staff members, Heidi (I cannot say her last name for security reasons) who has worked in Arakan State with the Rohingya people there. Read the story! It is beautiful, sad and inspiring. Little Bird... Read More

December 12, 2012 6 Comments

Winners never quit

It was a big event. Kristin had planned what to wear for days. It actually resulted in two trips to the store because the first dress was not perfect. It was also a day when Kristin appreciated having older sisters who helped her with her hair and makeup. Of course,... Read More

December 10, 2012 Leave your thoughts

The comfort of the season

Tonight I spoke at a church full of teens and their parents. It was a beautiful service where each one of the teens lit a candle and lined the four walls of the old building. It was dark inside and outside. When I looked at the many 14 and 15-year... Read More

December 3, 2012 3 Comments

Sharing five loaves of bread with 100,000.

You know the story of the boy who gave five loaves of bread and two fish to Jesus, right? 5000 people were hungry and needed food. Five loaves of bread and two fish were all they had. And, in the end, it was enough. These days I have been feeling... Read More

November 16, 2012 3 Comments

If you think your life is not fair, read this

Have you ever felt like life is just not fair? Of course you have. Who hasn’t. This is not fair: Yesterday I talked to our friend and staff member who is in an area of Burma that most don’t dare to go to right now. It is Arakan state. For... Read More

November 13, 2012 5 Comments