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Is this a non-profit you started or another organization you joined? Answer: It's a brand new 501c(3) non-profit that Sarah started after becoming a widow at 33, it was started in 2014 and became an official 501c(3) 1 year to the date from the passing of Sarah's husband. W

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Starting small and growing

Grow with us and Learn with us in a foreign country. Healing Eyes is a charity that you can grow with instead of being lost in those larger charities. If your the type that likes to see something begin from the ground up and hear amazing stories of God working in broken liv

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Compassion...Community...Partners Needed.

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Buckle up John

Do you take for granted knowing how to put a seatbelt on? My friend in Africa who has started a school for the orphaned, disabled, and impoverished children in his village had never worn a seatbelt. On my last trip we showed him how to 'buckle up' and we all had a good laug

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Unfortunate accidents leave 2 of our Kids injured

Andera and Simon Peter are two kids in the Buweboya community who have had a bit of bad luck lately. Andera was bitten by a snake and is recovering. Simon Peter has hurt his chest after falling from a Jack Fruit tree, it is unknown if he has any serious injuries because th

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Widows everywhere can relate

Adjustments everywhere and all the time...the life of a widow living a very odd life. When I get comfortable in one spot I move again and then shortly after I move again. Why? God works quite clearly when my comfort is taken away and his work begins. Yesterday I moved to a n

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Q&A

Is this a non-profit you started or another organization you joined? Answer: It's a brand new 501c(3) non-profit that Sarah started after becoming a widow at 33, it was started in 2014 and became an official 501c(3) 1 year to the date from the passing of Sarah's husband. W

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Who..What..Where..

Who are You...and Who do you want to be? 2 years in the making and we are growing! How do we grow? With a lot of patience and faith to connect others with a dream and a passion to help orphans and widows. With a handful of dedicated supporters I can honestly say I feel like

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Compassion changes lives

My hands are tied and as much as I want to be in America I need to be in Africa. Here we are used to instant replies to emails and constant communication over text and voice but in Africa it can get a bit sporadic. It's frustrating when I need to see in person the status of

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You just need to laugh at yourself

supporting a missionary can be fun..and rewarding when you get to see photos like this. I am eating something we normally don't serve out of a chicken. In Africa it is an honor to be given this piece of meat and even more if you're a woman.

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