• sarah@healingeyes.org

Blog

It’s time for us to do something

There are children standing here, Arms outstretched into the sky, Tears drying on their face. No Bravery Houses burnt beyond repair. The smell of death is in the air. A woman weeping in despair says, No Bravery There are children standing here, Arms outstr

Healing Eyes

Vulnerable to rejection and hopeful for the future

What I dislike about following God and his vague approach to mission work. First...the Rejection and vulnerability I am now facing Second...Not knowing what the next step is when he says , 'Go' Third...and most irritating... The tightness in my chest that comes from

Healing Eyes

What a little ‘believing’ can do to lift spirits

Can I tell you a story? Of course I can it's a blog! :) I am happy..Why? Well I talked to my friend in Uganda again about Billah and found out the money arrived safely at her school and teachers were happy. Billah was happy. And the family was happy. Sooooo I am happy. I

Healing Eyes

Pay it Forward this Back to School Season

If I said 15,000 Shillings buys a school uniform and that is only $4.41 ... 300 shillings buys a broom ($.09) .... Ream of ruled paper - 15,000 ($4.41) Exercise books - 300 ($.09) School bag - 50 ($.01) Plastic blue cup - 50 ($.01) Uniform - 15,000 ($4.41)

Healing Eyes

Does asking #whatwouldyoutake generate empathy for Syria’s refugees?

Makes me think of each time I return to Africa I stress over what to bring for the kids in need there....but then I remember they just NEED to be seen.

Healing Eyes

Does hope live in us all? Or is it vanishing?

Why do we run from those in pain when we ourselves know pain? Perhaps it's just that sometimes pain is so blinding and can leave us so vulnerable to others. Perhaps it's as simple as never even knowing there are still people in the world truly in pain but have no way to s

Healing Eyes

A story about a miracle – part 1

Since stories get lost I wanted to refresh this one again. Billah has a very special place in my heart and am blessed to have met her and her family. If only she knew how God was using her to direct my path in life and to lead me to the orphans near her home that will be the

Healing Eyes

Joy fades quickly as doubt creeps back in

Instantly Joy from the morning turns to worry and fear that I may not be able to keep helping Billah and all those orphans I found in uganda on my last visit. My heart is squeezed, I can't breathe, and tears are welling up inside. Why does it hurt so much to feel so helpless

Healing Eyes

A Joyous Day felt around the world

Yesterday I was able to send some money to Uganda to help pay for a very dear friend's schooling and hopefully it arrives safely to the school account. There is something joyous about calling the brother and telling him the money is on the way. It seems the school had kicked

Healing Eyes

Can coincidences lead to truth..the story continues

The continuation of the story which might just convince you that unseen faith can lead to the seen. An unexpected adventure of a magnificent kind occurred on a sunny day in Africa in the month of June. A young widow came to Africa to see where she belonged and how she coul

Healing Eyes