A loving smile was all Ethel wanted from her mother.
But each time she looked to her mother for approval she felt a distance between them. A distance that existed because Ethel’s mother believed her daughter’s disability was a punishment. She believed that Ethel’s clubbed feet were the result of some past wrongdoing, and she felt shame every time Ethel looked at her.
Imagine being able to send your child or grandchild off to college knowing they’ll graduate debt free.
Knowing that you have a solid financial future plan in place that can help you achieve your future life goals.
Ensuring that the organizations you care about can continue to provide gospel-centered Christian care to people around the world for the foreseeable future.
Imagine being able to do all of the above.
On the day Hilda was born, life changed for the Nanseta family.
Sekanao and her husband, like most Malawians, survived on a small income. They were already working hard to provide for their three small children who were all healthy, but Hilda had been born with a disability which made things more difficult...
Their community in Malawi did not see them, care to know them, or give their existence a second thought.
But God saw Bright, Ellena, Chimwemwe, Immanuel, and their families. He knew their stories and He treasured their existence. They didn’t know it, but He was going to establish a community for them to show others the power of His incredible grace and love...
In the fall of 2018, my life was forever changed after I participated in Kingdom Workers’ Service Immersion trip to Malawi. The people I met and the experiences I had taught me so much about myself and the world around me. I left feeling as though I had been given just as much, if not more, than I had given to the people we served...