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Hear Kimberly L Smith on Faith Radio!

Thanks to Bob Crittenden of Faith Radio for another great interview, covering how partnering together for literacy could actually end war! Click here to listen to the interview. Love, your sister along the journey, k

Romano, Dan Allender, & Faith, Hope, and Love

“We know only a portion of the truth, and what we say about God is always incomplete. But when the Complete arrives, our incompletes will be canceled…We don’t yet see things clearly. We’re squinting in a fog, peering through a mist. But it won’t be long before the weather clears and the sun shines bright! We’ll…

Danger and Play: Making Way for a Large Life

Psychologist worldwide agree play is serious business, and vital if we are to know the fullness of life. Working in warzones, I certainly see the severe consequences of play’s absence. What might be a little more shocking is how much even here in our land of plenty most of us are authentic-play starved. Our Faith,…

Love Letters by Guest Blogger Amber Smith

By Guest Blogger Amber Smith, Child Sponsor Coordinator The Scene: Make Way Partners Mission Farm. The Players: Rita Keebler, Administrative Assistant & Me, Child Sponsorship Coordinator. (Rachel is temporarily enjoying part-time service while her and Adam’s little Eli is so young.  Though Eli works hard, he’s still not ready for a full day of life at the office… especially after lunch)….

Saving Lives that Matter by Guest Blogger Sharon Shaddix

By Guest Blogger Sharon Shaddix, MWP Volunteer & Child Sponsor Several years ago my church sponsored a “girls’ night out” with Kimberly Smith as the speaker. Her talk about human trafficking was heart wrenching.  Kimberly’s talk that night struck my heart with such an impact that I thought about it for months. Later in the year, I discovered…

Losing Baby Zekia

Yesterday morning a very personal and painful task stretched out before me. One which I felt great ambivalence over. On the one hand, I wanted and needed to do it. On the other hand, for me at least, it signified personal failure of the worst kind, a failure of love. Once I resolved to take…

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