We visited four homes in the community to pray for them and distribute a food hamper. We were surprised to see that one bag of groceries would be equivalent to a month's worth of food for a family with 6 children. - The Leduc Alliance Church Blog
The Leduc Alliance Church Blog - Lastly, we went to a "Dining Room" where we were able to provide kids in the community with some Little Caesar's pizza, thanks to the donation from one of the girls in our group.
“Hey friend, one day this childlike faith will carry into boldness and your joy will spread like wildfire in this village.” // gram via via
the past week has been all of our goodbyes... it's bittersweet. Saturday was one of my hardest goodbyes. I came to the realization that I may never see any of these kids again. I love my Bakka babies! they've brought me so much joy these past 2 months. I'll always cherish my memories with them. I'm happy to be going home & I'm so excited for the next season, but saying goodbye to these people isn't easy. every child, every mama & tata & jaja that I've met have changed my life. I'm so…
We also built four large wooden bookshelves. Two bookshelves for school supplies and two for food. The meager tools and items we had to build the shelves with reminded us of how much we have in our own country. - The Leduc Alliance Church Blog