Please keep Debretu in your prayers. This widow is in her mid-70s. She says she has had 16 children of which only three survived into adulthood, the rest dying from illnesses related to the harsh environment. Of the three surviving children, one is mentally disabled and the other two have abandoned Debretu for unknown reasons.
Vision School is a low-budget school nestled in the urban slums of Addis Ababa. It’s operated by Christ-centered Ethiopians for children who are the poorest of the poor. The school provides education and moral teachings, with a breakfast/lunch program that may be the only food the children receive during a day.
Books, websites and blogs are today’s way of sharing your life and faith. It has to be done creatively, using modern communications venues. Please pray this new mode of sharing the gospel to all corners of the earth is successful, and please consider supporting our efforts.
The ultimate goal is that this work would be an example to the community – a seed that grows within their hearts so they seek and save ALL lost sheep – just as Jesus did.
thiopians are also proud of the Blue Nile which begins in Ethiopia. In national lore, the source of the Blue Nile was the Gihon, one of the four rivers that flowed from the Garden of Eden.
Teff—an indigenous grain—has been an Ethiopian food stable since ancient times. Its tiny seeds are high in amino acids, protein, iron and calcium, and they’re gluten-free. Soon, it may rival quinoa and spelt in popularity
If there is one book you should buy this year, this is it. The book title is catchy, but it’s not about immortality, physically existing forever. It’s about taking charge of our lives, evaluating our lifestyle and diet, so we can LIVE healthier in body and mind.
Psychologically, when you help someone, your thoughts turn away from your own problems—if only for a short period. That’s the beginning of your own healing and a healthier lifestyle.