Wow!  What an incredible trip this has been.  I feel like I started this trip out unsure and uncertain. I did not understand why God had called me to Sierra Leone and I even questioned if He really did ask me to come.  I have...

It's hard to believe that I'm over halfway through my trip and I'll be home in nine days. Although this trip hasn't been easy, God has been so faithful in stretching my faith and trust in Him. He continues to guide me, give me peace,...

I thought I would be able to send daily emails but it's much harder than I thought. We spend the day busy in meetings with many people learning from them about these vulnerable children. And between those conversations and what we are witnessing it takes...

It's been more challenging to send emails than I thought it would be. I guess that's why they say, TIA(This is Africa). I have not been able to get an internet connection on my computer yet and we only have electricity for about three hours each night. Leanne...

On my first trip to Sierra Leone, we met a native gentleman named Charles Yimbo. Charles is a school teacher who has a passion for Christ and the vulnerable street boys. These boys, some as young as seven years old are living on the streets trying to...

There actually is a little girl named Princess. I met her in May 2013 while on my second mission trip to Sierra Leone, Africa. This little seven year old captured my heart and has changed my world.  Margaret, a war widow, started taking in children after the 11-year long civil war in Sierra...

Thank you so much for being a part of my prayer team as I get ready to depart for Sierra Leone on Wednesday morning. I truly experienced the power of prayer as my mother was in ICU this past January. We watched God literally save my mother's...